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ICYMI: Army Veteran Saves America’s Symbol Of Freedom In the Most Patriotic Way

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Jason Galvin, an Army veteran who completed two tours in Afghanistan, showed us last Thursday that guns can save freedom when he used his rifle to free a bald eagle that was stuck in a tree.

 

After multiple shots, Galvin managed to shoot a rope that had caught the eagle.

 

Check out Galvin recreating the scene below:

 

 

This story caught some buzz on Twitter, and some even called it “the most American thing ever.”

 

A Veteran Saving A Bald Eagle By Shooting The Branch It Was Stuck On May Be The Most American Thing To Ever Happen.

 

— Total Frat Move (@totalfratmove)

 

Wife: U.S. Army vet saved bald eagle stuck in tree by 'mowing down the branches' with his rifle:

 

— WSBT (@WSBT)

 

Army vet rescues a bald eagle on Independence Day weekend. Doesn't get more America than this.

 

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch)

 

FGF: Nothing more american than this Army Vet rescuing a bald eagle over the holiday weekend

 

— McGowen CPA (@MHCSCPA)

 

Just In Time For The Fourth, An Army Vet Frees 'Freedom'

 

Jason Galvin, a former Army sharpshooter in Afghanistan, saved a bald eagle that

 

— Danae Hoth (@zhegolenkov98)

 

God Bless American Bald Eagles and God Bless Veterans.

 

— Jessie J Reagan (@AnotherRenegade)

 

 

This story is about as patriotic as it gets.

 

Jason, we need more people like you.

 

The post ICYMI: Army Veteran Saves America’s Symbol Of Freedom In the Most Patriotic Way appeared first on Bearing Arms.

 

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