Site monitored by Pentagon, endorsed by Miley Cyrus
Monday, February 23, 2009
LOUISVILLE, Ky-- A local man's taken his support for the American military to the web. 21-year-old Moore High School grad Joshua Hoard has founded MilitaryFanClubUSA.com, dedicated he says to supporting US forces in any way he can.When asked why he's not in the service himself, the former ROTC student says it just wasn't for him, but he sought to honor his dad, other veterans, and forces currently serving, with an online presence.Hoard's site includes access to video taken by soldiers on the ground in Iraq. He says the clips have been cleared by the Pentagon, and that military officials monitor his site on a regular basis to make sure no classified information gets out.The site also opens with "Hannah Montana" star Miley Cyrus' new song "The Climb." Hoard says the actress-singer's been in touch with him and posted a greeting on the site, endorsing it.As to the ads found on his page, Hoard says the revenue they generate will primarily pay for his upkeep of the site. He says any potential profit is being donated to the benefit of service members, through funds set up by talk host Sean...