Saturday, May 16, 2015

UPDATED:Interview (Will You Run) Pic's Palin/Gene Simmons At SEAL-NSW Family Foundation Event On Battleship Iowa

In a brief interview with Ruben Jay, she said,
“what an honor for Todd and I to be here. This is iconic of course – the history of this chunk of metal and what it represents; the history and the representative that it is of the virtues and characteristics of our military. It’s an honor to be here to help raise money for families of Navy SEALs and do whatever we can to show we appreciate this great country and those who have sacrificed so much for us.”
Jay asked if Sarah Palin would run for President in 2016, and she said, “oh, 2016. What am I going to be doing in 2016? Good question. We’ll see.”


Sarah Palin Honors SEALs Aboard USS Iowa - Sarah Palin attends the SEAL-NSW family foundation 2nd annual dinner gala at USS Iowa on May 16, 2015 in San Pedro, California. (Photo by JC Olivera/Getty Images)

Sarah Palin attends the SEAL-NSW family foundation 2nd annual dinner gala at USS Iowa on May 16, 2015 in San Pedro, California. (Photo by JC Olivera/Getty Images)

Hey @sarah plain, it was great talking to you. You are amazing! #sarahpalin #palin2016

Sarah Palin getting ready to speak at the USS Iowa

Sarah Palin

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Red carpet tonight onboard the Battleship USS Iowa Museum tonight! @sealnswff ‪#‎sealnswla‬

Silent Auction ready to go aboard the Battleship USS Iowa for tonight's second annual LA gala and fundraiser!


Today's the Day ... fittingly on Armed Forces Day! Our second annual Los Angeles dinner gala and fundraiser kicks off today at 5:00 p.m. on the Battleship USS Iowa. We have confirmed that former Alaska Governor and 2008 Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin will be attending with her husband Todd, and will be one of our guest speakers tonight.

Prep for the big LA event aboard the USS Iowa tonight! Those big guns mean business! @sealnswff ‪#‎sealnswla‬ @ussiowa

A very nice post from Sarah Palin this morning!

Todd and I are very excited to attend the SEAL-NSW Family Foundation fundraiser tomorrow aboard the historic USS Iowa. We'll be joined by friends who love our troops as much as we do, and Todd will reunite with former Navy Seal and "Stars Earn Stripes" operative Brent Gleason.
This battleship is the perfect setting to honor the families of our Navy’s elite fighting force. The USS Iowa has a long and distinguished history as the lead ship of her class and the fourth to bear the name of the great state of Iowa. She was built and commissioned in 1943 in the New York Navy Yard in Brooklyn. During World War II, she transported President Roosevelt to and from Casablanca and was part of the Battles of the Philippine Sea and Leyte Gulf, and she was even present in Tokyo Bay on September 2, 1945, when the Japanese formally surrendered, ending World War II. She later served in the Korean War and was decommissioned for the first time in 1958. During President Reagan’s defense buildup in the 1980s, the USS Iowa was modernized and recommissioned, and she carried President Reagan during the International Naval Review in the Hudson River on the Fourth of July, 1986. She was decommissioned for the last time in 1990, and is now based at Berth 87 in the Port of Los Angeles where she's open to the public as the USS Iowa Museum.
This great ship and her crew represented the finest traditions of our United States Navy spanning over five decades. The USS Iowa, like our SEAL-NSW families, embodies the values of the Navy song, “Faith, Courage, Service True, with Honor, Over Honor, Over All.”
It is an honor to help raise funds for our sacrificial Seal families. God bless the men and women of our United States Navy and, so importantly, their families!

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