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The Hanoi Hilton, North Vietnam

The MISTY Fast FAC Mission

The MISTY Mystique

Where are the MISTYs now?

Tribute to Lance Peter Sijan by the US Army Green Berets

Marine says it best

 

 

 

Guy at US Air Force Academy  

Sandy at Florida St University

 

Guy is a published Motivational Speaker (POW, Fighter Pilot, CEO) on four primary topics:

* Forgiveness: A way to imitate Christ

     Learn how I learned to forgive my captors, who killed my friend, beat and tortured me

* Leadership: When it is hard to lead

     Being a leader when all are dependent on you for their very life and mental stability

* Teamwork: When the going gets tough

     Superior lessons on doing things together as a team based on experience in very

     difficult conditions

* Finding God in Prison Camp: Locked up with God

     How I found my God in the prison camps of North Vietnam

  

Guy's talk on Teamwork/Leadership in Difficult Conditions has been extremely well-received by all audiences;

 

To whom it may concern,

 

On April 16, 2013, Guy Gruters spoke as the keynote speaker at the Reliable Plant Conference and Exhibition. There were more than 1,400 attendees and 100 companies present from 26 nations. The annual event was held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in downtown Columbus, Ohio, and sponsored by many industry-leading companies, including Shell Lubricants.

 

Guy spoke on Teamwork and Leadership and did a wonderful job. His presentation was very relevant to this subject. All attendees enjoyed it and received much wisdom and inspiration from his testimony of being in tough conditions and still obeying the leader and getting things done.

 

Guy’s presentation brought tears to many eyes because he spoke of what he and other soldiers went through so that our country could remain free. His analogies and comparisons were very well understood. Anyone in his shoes would have had a hard time living, much less participating on a team established in the Communist prison camp.

 

Guy gave examples of heroic leadership that were truly inspiring and worthy of praise. I walked away a better leader and team player than I was before his presentation and am sure all those who heard his speech benefited in the same way. I would gladly attend his presentation again and would recommend it to any company or organization.

 

Sincerely,

 

Jason Sowards

Editor-in-Chief

Noria Corporation

Tulsa, OK

        

Recent Corporate Clients/Sponsors (keynote or primary speaker) include:

GMAC
Noria Corporation
Shell Oil Corp.
Southern Electric Corporation

There have also been numerous speeches given this past year to schools, military units, churches and prisons domestic and overseas (>35).

 

Click here to see Articles and Pictures on Guy's speech to the USAF Leadership School and Joint Command Audiences at Ft. Meade, MD

     

Friends and Family,
I would like to announce that my book "Locked Up With God" is now available as a printed copy on Amazon.com as well as an ePub on Kindle, Apple iBooks or Nook. This book has been endorsed by Colonel Bud Day, Medal of Honor recipient, and others. It delineates valuable lessons learned throughout my life regarding faith, family, business and the military.
       
Click here for the link to the PRINTED book:
              

Click here for the link to the ePub; Amazon (KINDLE), Apple iBook, Nook

    

Locked up with God: My Best Thirteen Speeches, by Capt. Guy D Gruters, Vietnam POW

 

 

 

This book covers many topics and subjects. The talks that have been transcribed are great ones. The moral teachings revealed are outstanding. I have known Guy for many, many years. He is a hero in my book. He walked the walk.

 

I strongly recommend and endorse this book and know that any who read it will be greatly touched and affected in a positive way. I particulary strongly recommend it be read by young men in the military, especially in the Air Force.

 

Words never die and these words will last and be doing much good long after I and Guy are long gone. Guy has given and will be leaving behind a great gift to his countrymen and women and I am very proud that my name will be used to help others read and keep this book on their bookshelf for years to come.

 

In the spirit of our great country,

 

Sincerely,

Colonel George E. “Bud” Day, U.S.A.F.

Medal of Honor

A fighter in World War II (US Marine, Pacific, more than two years), then Air Force Fighter Pilot in the Korean War and the War in Vietnam, Colonel George E. "Bud" Day was the most decorated Air Force officer in history, and the most decorated military officer in America to his death at 88 in July, 2013. His funeral, with more than eight hundred vehicles in procession for forty miles, was saluted and cheered by more than 200,000 people lining the highway from Ft. Walton Beach to NAS Pensacola, Florida.
      

The complete "Taps," originally "Il Silencio," (The Silence), in honor of Bud Day;

         
TAPS ...The Last Post:
A few years ago, a friend visited the Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial in the village of Margraten, about six miles from Maastricht. There lay buried 8,301 American soldiers killed in the battles to liberate Holland in the fall and winter of 1944-5. Sgt. Bill Dukeman, 101st Airborne Division, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, Second Battalion, Company C (of "Band of Brothers fame) is buried there. He was killed in the battle of "The Crossroads" in northern Holland.
The Dutch hold an annual memorial concert every September at the above cemetery to remember and honor the Americans who died to free them in Operation Market Garden and subsequent efforts to eject the German army from Holland. Sgt. Dukeman, like many other fallen GIs, was "adopted" by a Dutch family. Dukeman's family in the States was contacted and hosted in Holland, and his grave site decorated each year by his Dutch "family." They keep his portrait in their home, displayed in a place of honor. Fathers pass this obligation down to their sons in Holland. This version of the original "taps" music is played by a 13 year old Dutch girl named Melissa Venema. The conductor of the orchestra is Andre Rieu from Holland.

Many of you may never have heard taps played in its entirety. The original version of Taps was called Last Post, and was written by Daniel Butterfield in 1801. It was rather lengthy and formal, as you will hear in this clip, so in 1862 it was shortened to 24 notes and re-named Taps. 
Melissa Venema is playing it on a trumpet whereby the original was played on a bugle. 
Watch this young lady's face while she's playing. This is no performance: it's an act of pure, unadulterated reverence. 
   
Watch at this site, and go full screen. 

http://www.flixxy.com/trumpet-solo-melissa-venema.htm
       

 

Friends,
For those that missed it, this is a link to the ABC interview on the Nixon Foundation coverage of the 40th year POW reunion, held in Yorba Linda, CA. Our interview (Charlie Plumb, Lee Ellis, and myself), the one that was shown Tuesday night (May 27, 2013) on ABC World News Tonight by Diane Sawyer, is featured toward the bottom of the page and
can be seen by clicking on the arrow (The video title is: Remembering the POWs of the Vietnam War). It also has very nice additional coverage of the reunion.
   
http://nixonfoundation.org/2013/05/abc-news-nixon-library-hosts-reunion-for-pows/
    
Best and God Bless,
Guy and Sandy

 

This is the Video by the Nixon Foundation on the 40th YEAR POW Reunion hosted by the Nixon Library, with Guy appearing multiple times

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=LemllfcAY8A&sns=em
 
          

Guy and Sandy at the POW 40th Year Reunion, Nixon Library, May 24th, 2013

 

         

October 4, 2013

Locked Up With God – Review by Joe Crecca

 

Guy Gruters is one of those rare individuals who combine feelings of intense patriotism and love of the United States of America with an even more fundamental and deeper love of God.  

 

As a “Misty”, Fast FAC”, F-100 fighter pilot on the most dangerous missions, Guy Gruters was shot down not once, but twice.  Through his unwavering belief in God and through prayer he was able to overcome his hatred towards the enemyendure excruciating torture and survive over five years of brutal captivity in the infamous Hanoi Hilton prison system in communist North Vietnam.  

 

In “Locked Up With God” Guy Gruters is able to coalesce the ostensibly unrelated themes of Faith, Family, Forgiveness and Suffering with War, Patriotism and Heroism interlaced with actual combat accounts into a cohesive and gripping narrative.  

 

When flying missions in small, slow-moving, spotter aircraft, his selflessness and courage saved the lives of those surrounded by an enemy in overwhelming numbers more than once.  On one occasion, he even landed his 0-1 “Bird Dog" at a Special Forces Camp under siege so that he could determine the precise locations of the enemy firing positions before once again taking off under intense enemy fire to direct fighter airstrikes, saving the encampment from being overrun by 500 North Vietnamese Regular soldiers.  On another mission, he was directly responsible for the rescue of six LRRPs (Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol soldiers) surrounded by a strong enemy force in stormy, night weather.  

 

I can personally attest to Guy Gruters' honesty, integrity and faith; I was one of his cell mates as a Prisoner-of-War with him in the Hanoi Hilton.  Guy is one of the closest friends I will ever have.  

 

Guy and Sandy Gruters are parents of eight children, two before six years of combat in Vietnam and six after. Guy is an F-100 Fighter Pilot, small business owner/CEO and Corporate Executive VP who speaks positively and enthusiastically on lessons learned during more than five years spent as a P.O.W. in a North Vietnamese Communist Prison Camp, on more than four hundred combat missions flown in South and North Vietnam before capture and time in the POW camp, and on business and family experiences since. He was awarded more than 30 combat medals, including two silver stars, two distinguished flying crosses, two bronze stars for heroism, and two purple hearts. His fighter aircraft was shot down twice over North Vietnam. He was rescued by Jolly Greens after the first and captured after the second. The suffering in prison camp was intense 24/7 year after year without any end in sight. Time crawled. Six out of seven men in Guy's situation were tortured to death or killed in one way or another by the Russians and North Vietnamese during those years. He is a motivational speaker with an engaging, warm, positive, inspirational manner for Corporate or Christian keynote, leadership, youth or conference events. Guy describes the various aspects of those combat and prison camp experiences, ranging from the specific conditions of imprisonment to individual tales of heroic courage and leadership, such as that of Capt. Lance P. Sijan. Capt. Sijan was a Medal of Honor winner who was tortured to death while with Guy in prison camp. Upon return to the United States, Guy was a successful CEO of a small computer business, then Director and VP-MIS for billion dollar corporations, and speaks convincingly of leadership, teamwork, and personal values necessary for success. Guy and his wife, Sandy, who waited faithfully for six years until his return, raised seven children during these years and have since adopted an eighth. This unique combination of experiences allows for a tailored approach for your organization's theme or requirements. It has also been an excellent audience draw for events featuring Guy as one of the speakers. As seen in the examples below, audience evaluations have been consistently superior.

 

 

Centrally located in Ohio, Guy is a motivational speaker available to talk throughout the United States and overseas. Simply send a message with your name, Email address and/or phone with the audience type (i.e., Catholic, Christian, Business, Corporate, Military, Family, Youth, Academic, etc.).

 

 

 

 

His extremely effective presentations as a motivational speaker relate the combat and/or prison camp experiences that apply to and make sense for the audience's interests and the event's theme. This tailoring is done by working with the event coordinator. Please see the "Speaker" web page of this website for a list of representative topics and speeches that can be used virtually "as is" or combined into a new presentation.

 

Excerpt: About the MISTY FACs, lead in to first shootdown;

 

Excerpt: Capt. Lance Sijan, the beginning;

 

October 11, 2013

Captain Gruters,

Thank you for the autographed book, Locked Up With God. Thank you even more for serving your country and becoming the person you are today. Everyone loved having you at ILCA. I'm sure you have heard this before, but your presentation was very inspirational. Because of people like you, I am able to have the family I have today.

Thank you again for your book, your service and your faith.

Semper Fi and God Bless,

Scott Doyle, Cristine and Payton

 

December 13, 2013   

Captain Guy Gruters is a real American Hero. His experiences and trials touched and changed our lives. His faith in God, Family, Friends and the American dream is an inspiration. The A to Z Meats team was blessed to have Guy for our Christmas party. We are truly thankful.

Ms. Jessica Strahm

 

How I Found God: in the Prison Camps of North Vietnam

For religious audiences, for Men's Conferences, Youth Conferences or Men's Leadership Conferences, for Christian Men's Conferences, for Catholic Men's Conferences, Guy is one of the Catholic Motivational Speakers for Catholic audiences or Christian Motivational Speakers for Christian audiences who gives witness of his conversion and the power of persistent, persevering prayer that gave the grace to overcome anger and hatred. This meant to forgive, pray for and love his torturers, which resulted in deep peace and joy during the last years in prison camp, despite apparently hopeless conditions tempting strongly to despair and suicide. He can also address the saving power of suffering, the necessity to embrace necessary suffering without complaint or "poor me" attitude, hope in hopeless circumstances, love of neighbor including enemies, family order, etc. He emphasizes the power of prayer, the necessity for perseverance in prayer and specifically credits the prayer of the POWs and of his family and friends and countrymen for saving his life and bringing him home. And after return, Guy credits this same serious, sincere and persistent prayer life for making possible success in the varied experiences and challenges of work and family life. Guy is among the Catholic Parish Motivational Speakers or Catholic Retreat Motivational Speakers addressing with personal experiences the themes of conversion, forgiveness, the saving power of the cross, and perseverance in disheartening conditions. Living in Ohio, Guy is able to cover the entire United States and has also given numerous talks overseas in Okinawa, England and Germany. Most talks have been in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, New York, New Jersey, Virginia, and other Southern States, but as distant as Texas, Alabama and Florida.

 

From: J.M.

Sent Apr 3, 2011

To: Guy Gruters

Subject: Enjoyed your talk

 

Guy,

  

I attended the men's conference in Springfield, MA yesterday, and very much enjoyed your talk. I learned a lot from it. I have never come anywhere near experiencing the things you have. To this, I can only say thank you for the sacrifices you have made for our country. "Thank you" is wholly inadequate for what you went through in service to the American cause, but it is all I can say.

 

I learned a lot from your talk. I learned about an experience I could not have even imagined before you spoke. I learned that the power of forgiveness must be infinite. The angry reaction of seeing other Americans killed, and being tortured, and manipulated as you were would seem impossible to dismiss by human standards. The life changing experience you had from coming to forgive gives testimony to this power.

  

When you found that God was really still in charge, giving you the words to say, sustaining you each day, is so reassuring. If God can still be in charge in that prison camp, well, I guess he is the God of all.

  

Your experiences in your life after the war also brings me hope. There are so many things as an employee, husband, father, that overwhelm me. I realized as you spoke, that I really don't spend much solitary time praying and listening to the Lord. Certainly, this is a missing ingredient in my life. I am going to create more of this solitary time, and see what develops. From your talk, it sounds like the time frame to see changes, is really indefinite. It may be like so many things, the results slow in coming, more work is needed than ever thought at first. I think something good will happen.

  

Thanks again, Guy, for making my first men's conference a wonderful experience.

  

God Bless you, and your whole family,

J.M., Springfield, VT

 

Sent: June 1, 2012

Subject: Men's Retreat

I hosted a men's retreat and was fortunate to have Guy Gruters as our main motivational speaker. He gave five impassioned talks over three days. His talks had the power to move men into action. He witnessed how the Scriptures and the Saint's teachings personally saved his life in the POW camp, in the Corporate World, and with his wife and seven kids. We laughed and cried. I heartily endorse Guy Gruters for any speaking engagement.


Father Kenneth Hummel, St. Peter Parish, Huber Heights, Ohio


After a men's retreat:

Dear Guy,

Thank you so much for sharing your experiences on the men's retreat over memorial day weekend.  Your experiences were humbling for all of us, and I think also helped us deepen our understanding of the suffering Christ underwent on the cross - and how he asks us to forgive others as well as to carry our burdens in life.   Your talks on marriage as well as working the land was also enlightening, and I'm working on growing my first group of vegetables at home.  I will hold your words with me for a lifetime, and it will also help me put into perspective any suffering I must endure relative to the suffering asked of others - as well as the suffering of Christ on the cross, and the forgiveness we are all called to give.


Thank you again,

Kyle Reini, Atlanta, GA

     

Teamwork, Leadership: when the going gets tough:

As a motivational speaker for business, corporate and military audiences, Guy is able to give first hand accounts of perseverance, optimism and hope in hopeless conditions and the outstanding combat leadership shown by his commanders in both normal combat and in the tough prison conditions, and how that same type of leadership applies to the difficulties of the business world and military life. This means courage, perseverance and integrity without compromise, with a great emphasis on effective communication throughout and between all components of the organization. Guy has had extensive small business experience as a CEO and then corporate experience as a Director and Vice President - MIS for billion dollar corporations. Guy is also a retired airline pilot. He is a highly effective leadership, keynote or conference motivational speaker on the reasons for excellence and perseverance and how having faith, integrity, and loyalty to one's family, friends, organization and country in any difficult situation results in immeasurable rewards. Guy emphasizes that based on the great leadership he witnessed, doing the right thing is always the leader's prime responsibility and always works out best for the organization, its members and those it serves, no matter what it looks like at the time the decision is made. He effectively makes the key point that outstanding leadership is above all the result of outstanding character, as evidenced by strong faith, hard work, honesty, fairness, courage and effective communication.

 

Col. R. C. L.

AFROTC Detachment 880

Virginia Military Institute

Lexington, Virginia 24450

  

Mr. Guy Gruters

Ohio

  

Dear Mr. Gruters

  

Finally, please find enclosed a compact disk containing a digital video of your presentation before Virginia Military Institute cadets on 18 November. Let me extend my apology for the much longer than expected time to produce this product. Our delay is due to both technological challenges and my non-availability. We hope you are as pleased with the recording as we are with your presentation.

  

My words will fail to do justice in expressing our appreciation for your presentation to the cadets. You fulfilled all I could ask for and much more. The lessons you imparted to both the cadets and cadre will resonate for years to come. Several of the cadets shared their sincere sentiments that your words on leadership were the 'most meaningful' and you delivered 'the best presentation' in their three/four years as a cadet. Rest assured that's very high praise coming from the cadets. The overwhelming positive reaction from the cadets exceeds any I've seen for any other speaker during my time at VMI. I along with the cadre are of the same mind as the cadets.

  

As cadre for the cadets, we are charged with an important duty to develop the character and leadership in our future Air Force Officers. Your presentation provided a substantial boost in furthering our efforts towards those ends. You can expect that we'll use the lessons you provided and the example you set for as long as we're here.

  

Clearly in all this, there was a larger hand in guiding you to the podium in Jackson Memorial Hall and before the cadets on 18 November. I pray that you can return to speak before the cadets sometime in the future. I honor your service to our country. If I can ever be of assistance, by all means please do not hesitate to let me know.

  

Respectfully,

R.C.L., Colonel, USAF

 

To a civilian pilot club near Cleveland, Ohio, in January of 2013;

 

Dear Guy,

 

All the members of the Lake Erie Chapter of the 99s thank you for your stunning presentation at our Pilot of the Year/Charter Banquet this past weekend. To say we enjoyed it seems somehow irreverant, but it was unquestionably interesting, eye-opening and even shocking for most people present. Certainly, every pilot there mentally imagined flying along every mission you described so well. It was like listening to radio stories years ago.

 

Yesterday (a followup discussion with the organizers) was especially enjoyable company. I'm sure you could tell we were glued to all you told us. The list of your recommended readings went out by email this morning.

 

Although it will never be or can never be enough just to say it, THANK YOU for your service to our country and for our freedom.

 

It was wonderful to meet you. Good luck on your endeavors and may God bless you and your family.

 

Very sincerly,

Bernice, Carol, Nancy and Nancy

 

Guy is also a family motivational speaker who describes adjusting to the various trials of a difficult set of family circumstances in both military and civilian life, i.e., absences up to six years and more than twenty-five family moves with a large family. He shows how, by relying on God, similar and any difficulties can be successfully addressed every time with great peace and joy. Guy and Sandy have brought up seven children while going through the war and civilian life since.

 

Guy has also been a motivational speaker for numerous youth (more than 20,000), in audiences from elementary schools through colleges. He is one of the youth conference speakers, teen conference speakers, Catholic parish speakers, Catholic retreat speakers or Catholic homeschool speakers whose experiences hold the attention of the audience better than any other speaker in the experience of the organizers of such talks, according to them. The topics for each audience are chosen relevant for the age group or mixed age group. They allow them to witness a world unlike any they have ever experienced, yet with real lessons for life in the States. There has been no problem with any disruptive behavior whatsoever during Guy's talks. In addition, questions by members of the audiences after the talks have not ceased until the organizers had to stop them for time requirements, etc.

 

Referencing a talk to a High School Assembly, November 21, 2013;

Hi Captain Gruters,

I wanted to thank you for taking the time to present your story to the students and staff at Kings High School. 

What a remarkable and inspirational story you have.  The school was buzzing after your talk and had the students thinking about how your lessons of encouragement and perseverance can play into their lives.  Not only did you get the students thinking, you showed them firsthand what true courage and leadership are.  Your delivery was exceptional, directly relating to the students and capturing their attention from the start.  We could have listened to you for hours.

I also appreciate the extra time you spent with the students, community members, and family.  It shows that you are willing to take the extra step to facilitate your message, which is one that all people should hear. 

I look forward to seeing you again next year.  Thanks for your service to our country, it is a better place because of individuals like you.

Rob Robison, MBA, M.Ed

Warren County Career Center/Kings High School

 

God constitutes a family: It is said in a beautiful and profound way that our God in his most intimate mystery is not a hermit - rather he constitutes a family. For he has in himself fatherhod, sonship, and love, which are the essence of a family. This love in the divine family is the Holy Spirit. - Pope John Paul II.


The family has its beginning in the motherhood of the mother, and motherhood has its beginning in the conception of a human being, in the conception of a baby.


In conceiving a baby, the woman becomes a mother; she enters into the mystery of her own motherhood. In the dimensions of human relations, she makes a gift of this motherhood to her husband, and he attains the dignity of fatherhood as a result of her motherhood.


Such is the moral order of this fundamental, eternal, and immutable event in the history of man.

 

The family is the first and fundamental human community.


It is the environment of life and the environment of love. the life of every society, nation, and state depends on the family...

 

- Pope John Paul II.

 

Diocese of Arlington

The Chancery

North Glebe Road

Arlington, VA

  

March 19, 2010

  

Dear Captain Gruters,

  

On behalf of the Family Life Office at the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, I wish to thank you for participating in our inaugural Men's Conference, Living Faithfully in Challenging Times.

  

Your story of faith and courage is one that resonated with conference attendees as was evidenced by the resounding praise your talk received throughout the evaluations.

  

Thank you for all you do to spread the Gospel message of life and hope. Please know that you and your family will be remembered in our prayers.

  

May the Lord bless you and your family abundantly!

  

Sincerely in Christ,

T.B.

Director

 

Guy has been a motivational speaker for men's conferences, a keynote motivational speaker and youth conference motivational speaker for numerous Catholic, Christian, Family, Corporate, Teen, Youth and Military audiences. His uniquely wide real-world experiences make him a truly versatile motivational speaker and one of the Catholic speakers, Christian speakers, Military speakers, Family speakers, Catholic Parish speakers, Catholic Retreat speakers, Catholic teen speakers or Catholic youth speakers who can address a wide range of events.

 

Center for Neurological Development

Main Street

Burkettsville, Ohio


Dear Guy,


This note is long in coming but filled with sincerity. I so much appreciate all your good works in attending our Handicapped Retreat this year. You are such a wonderful reflection of Jesus' life. The woman whose son is in Iraq remembered you during the Thanksgiving petitions the next day at Sunday Mass. She said her time talking with you really helped her. Thank you too for bringing Father L. That meant a lot to me personally as I have wanted him to meet this group. God Bless all.


Very Truly Yours,

J.K.


The following "Thank you" was received after a talk on Leadership at the Leadership Summit in Jacksonville, Florida, to the Headquarters personnel of the Florida ANG and key personnel of the 125th Fighter Wing (F-15s).

 

February 12, 2012


Mr. Gruters, 


I wanted to send you a short note to let you know how much I enjoyed your visit with the officers of the 125th FW FLANG yesterday. I consider it a true honor to have gotten the opportunity to listen to you speak of your time in our nation's service. Your words spoke directly to my heart and all I could say to you yesterday when I had the honor of shaking your hand was "Thank you." I wish I could have said more to you, but if I had tried, I know I would have gotten extremely emotionally upset. I wish to say to you now with still tears in my eyes, Thank you so much for your service, your sacrifice, and your willingness to share with others things that we cannot even begin to imagine. You, Sir, are what makes the United States of America the greatest country in the world. Without men and women like yourself, this country could never endure. Please continue to tell all that will listen of your life so that others may understand what it means to be a true patriot...a true American. May God bless you and your family always.


LtCol, 125th Fighter Wing

 

The following was received from this website;

 

Dear Mr. Gruters,


I was only in third grade when you when your POW ordeal ended, yet your story has had a profound impact on me. I have watched all of your videos on YouTube and words fail to express my respect and admiration for you, your experiences and insights into life. I'm sad you had to endure what you did, but your story some forty-plus years later is making a positive difference in the lives of countless people, myself included. You're living proof that there is a God, and my faith grows because of your story. Thank you for your service ... and for so much more as a human testament to that which is divine.


Most respectfully,


C. Dent

 

Capt. Lance P. Sijan's Medal of Honor Citation

Capt. Guy D Gruters Silver Star/DFC Citations

Video: O-1 Bird Dog FAC

Video: O-1 Bird Dog An Khe

Video: F-100 in Flight, 2010, Michigan Air Show

Video: F-100 in Vietnam

F-100 Super Sabre Details

F-100 Super Sabre History

Video: F-4 Fighter Shootdown by SAM in North Vietnam

 

 

Guy's outstanding combat record, his POW years and experiences since then, contribute to him being one of the best motivational speakers for your Corporate, Catholic, Christian, Family or Military organization's next event.

 

As well as being a polished motivational speaker with numerous engagements as a small business, corporate, military, family, Catholic and Christian speaker to his credit, Guy will also bring a unique perspective to your next event. Please consider the About page and the Speaker page of this website to decide if you agree. Returning from six years in Vietnam, Guy spent many years as a small business CEO and high-level corporate executive officer, while raising a large family. The combination of extensive combat experience and being a POW returning with honor from extreme difficulties, along with powerful experiences in the small business, corporate and family real world, allows Guy to be a tailored speaker for your special requirements. If engaged, Guy shall be an ideal keynote and/or motivational, inspirational speaker for your event.

 

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