A True American Hero

About Danny

April 17, 2016 | Comments Off on About Danny

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Danny Dietz

Age: 25
Hometown: Littleton, Co.
Born: January 26, 1980
Died: June 28, 2005

“Avoid negative sources, people, places, things and habits.”

“Believe in yourself.  Consider things in every angle.”

“Don’t give up and don’t give in.  Enjoy life today – yesterday is gone and

tomorrow may never come.”

“Family and friends are hidden treasures.  

Seek then and enjoy their riches.”

“Give more than you plan to hang onto your dream.  

Ignore those who try to discourage you.”

“Just do it.”

“Keep trying, no matter how hard it seems.  It will get easier.”

“Love yourself first and make it happen.  never lie, cheat or steal.”

“Always strike a fair deal.  Open your eyes

and see things as they really are.”

“Read, study and learn everything important in your life.”

“Stop procrastinating.  Take control of your own destiny.”

“Understand yourself in order to better understand others.”

“Visualize it.  Want it more than anything.”  

“You are unique in all God’s creations.  Nothing can replace you.”

“Zero in on your target and go for it.”

Danny Deitz



Our son Danny Dietz was portrayed by Emile Hirsch in the movie The Lone Survivor this movie is a life story about what happened on June 28th, 2005. The fierce firefight and our sons final heroic actions here on earth before he ascended into heaven.


Currently available in bookstores is our son’s biography,

DANNY: The Virtues Within

What America can learn from the life of Navy SEAL Danny Dietz

written by Jeremy Dunlap with Dan Dietz and Cindy Dietz-Marsh.

 Endorsed by Phil Taylor, well known artist of fallen warriors, Peter Berg, director of movie Lone Survivor,

Governor of Texas, Rick PerryFormer Congressman Tom Tancredo,

as well as supported by Naval Special Warfare.


Danny’s Biography available now. Visit the Store tab and order yours today.  


Danny Dietz was the definition of tough. He knew if things had to be done you could never give up. That’s what he did He was shot five times had many broken bones he never even thought of quitting. Dietz fought until he could no longer lift his Rifle and died for his country. Danny Dietz believed in honor and died an American hero.


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