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18TH ANNUAL GUNS N’ HOSES. com or at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena at 300 A. Philip Randolph Blvd. Fights start at 6:30 p. m. Saturday. FIGHT CARD (officer vs. firefighter): Jerry Haddock vs. Andy Moscoso. Cody Berk vs. Stephen Davis. Kevin Carpenter vs. Ryan Heath. Austin Voutour vs. Josh Jordan. Hector Gutierrez vs. Justin Osteen. Nereus Manning vs. James Axiotis. Anthony Green vs. James Pickett. John “Super Man” Day vs. Fadi Fattouh. Erin Filbert vs. Elizabeth Vopper. Sean “The Viper” Graham vs. Kevin Alford. Keith Clarkson vs. David Panzik. Daniel Veres vs. Daniel Barrios. Sean “The Viper” Graham leaped into the ring Tuesday so Guns N’ Hoses coordinator Alex Bergamo could weigh him in. Behind him, fellow police officers who will also do battle against area firefighters at Saturday’s 18th annual Guns N’ Hoses cheered... Yup, the younger Graham, now a Pinellas County deputy, enters Guns N’ Hoses for the fifth time coached by his father. Carl Graham, a retired Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office burglary investigator and previous boxer in the event, said the first Guns N’ Hoses just looked like something he wanted to do. “I am not so much of a sports team guy as I am an individual... “Later I began as a trainer and I have been the lead trainer for several years. Sean Graham was a Jacksonville corrections officer who had watched his father in the ring and decided to fight as well, saying he loves the “rush” of competing in front of a crowd. In fact, his father’s last fight and Sean’s first were the same year, the only time a father and son have competed together in Guns N’ Hoses. “He started sharing it with us and when I became of age, it was something I wanted to do,” the 27-year-old Graham said. Thirteen pairings of cops vs. firefighters begin their pugilistic play at 6:30 p. m. at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, each in three one-minute rounds. Sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Police Foundation, it has raised about $1. 6 million for the Police Athletic League and other charities. Foundation chairman David Stevens expects 6,000 to 8,000 spectators Saturday, with a street party that starts at 3:30 p. m. on A. Philip Randolph Boulevard and resumes after the fights. Source: jacksonville.com
The event's returning celebrity guest is actor R. Lee Ermey, the iconic drill sergeant in “Full Metal Jacket.” Special guests include Miami Gardens police officer David Starling, a former Jacksonville Sheriff's Office member who was shot twice Jan. 22.
Celebrity guest is R. Lee Ermey, the drill sergeant in “Full Metal Jacket.” Street party continues at 9:30 p.m. (904) 630-3900 or jaxevents.com. Percussion Concert and Comedy, 7:30 p.m., Jacksonville University's Terry Concert Hall, 2800 University
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Keep your butt down and your ears up, people, 'cause here comes a tie-in to the hit History Channel show, featuring outrageous host R. Lee Ermey, who answers questions about military technology -- past, present, and future. Now in its fourth season, Mail Call is the most popular program on the History Channel and the only show in America where the host has a bazooka and knows how to use it! In this tie-in book, just as on the show, R. Lee Ermey -- in his singular, in-your-face style -- provides entertaining and little-known facts about the vast arsenal of deadly hardware used by the armed forces. Mail Call is filled with historical anecdotes, interesting factoids, quotes from top military experts, and much more. This book is sure to appeal not only to military nuts and "gear heads," which is a very sizable audience in itself, but also to garden-variety history buffs; Ermey's repertoire runs the historical gamut from ancient catapults to Samurai swords to Civil War cannons to modern grenade launchers.
The event’s returning celebrity guest is actor R. Lee Ermey, the iconic drill sergeant in “Full Metal Jacket.” Special guests include Miami Gardens police officer David Starling, a former Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office member who was shot twice Jan. 22.
Being that I saw a lot more of myself in Joker than in Gunnery Sergeant Hartman, I wasn't quite as motivated by R. Lee Ermey screaming unpublishable things at the bug-man from Men In Black as some of my teammates were. They loved it. Absolutely ate it up.
Together since 1983... No show has a more unique mix of "stream of consciousness," opinionated and compelling talk, guests, musical elements, fictional characters, famous impersonations, Great skit writing and production coupled with powerful audience ...
R. Lee Ermey, Actor: Full Metal Jacket. A talented character actor known for his military roles, Ronald Lee Ermey was in the United States Marine Corps for ...
R. Lee Ermey; Born: Ronald Lee Ermey (1944-03-24) March 24, 1944 (age 72) Emporia, Kansas, United States: Occupation: Actor: Years active: 1978–present: Spouse(s)
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A talented character actor known for his military roles, Ronald Lee Ermey was in the United States Marine Corps for 11 years. He rose to the rank of Staff Sergeant ...