What's Happening NOW: Veterans' Activist Pete Benton Spreads his Humanity Wide to Bury the Dead and Celebrate Our Great Heroes | Eastern North Carolina Now

Welcome to BCN's new series "What's Happening NOW", a collection of informational, and, hopefully, entertaining programs, where we substantively speak to interesting and important people.


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Veterans' Activist Pete Benton    Click image to expand: Above.

    Veterans' Activist Pete Benton spreads his infectious humanity wide to bury the dead, and celebrate our great heroes who have sacrificed so much to preserve our Republic and to keep us free. It was a truly informative episode due to Pete's vast knowledge of real events, and his remarkable ability to present such a vivid picture of this reality, where sacrifice to God and Country is deep at the core of all he knew of what he saw.

Lt. Col. Pete Benton speaks to "What's Happening NOW" regarding his past career life experiences, from whence the rest of us (all of us) can learn the real condition of true sacrifice: Below.



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