A man in a suit stands near portraits in the gallery.
A video projected on a wall is shown. Men in military uniform carry rifles. The video transitions and shows a crowd greeting George W. Bush.
Miguel Howe stands in the gallery.
MIGUEL HOWE: This exhibit does not exist without resources and support.
The camera pans from right to left over portraits on the wall.
MIGUEL HOWE: "Portraits of Courage" is really a story of love, honor, and respect.
Miguel Howe continues speaking in the gallery.
MIGUEL HOWE: I think it's a reaffirmation of what a great country we have.
George W. Bush, flanked by others, rides a bike and carries an American flag while putting his fist in the air.
The camera shows a portrait of Sergeant Jay Fain hanging on the wall in the gallery.
JAY FAIN: I'm so honored to be part of something like this.
Jay Fain stands next to his portrait in the gallery while cameras flash.
JAY FAIN: You know, I'm part of something bigger than just myself.
A hardcover book, "Portraits of Courage" lays on a wood table.
JAY FAIN: I'm glad that I can be part of something that's gonna help in the future with other veterans.
Jay Fain stands in front of his portrait and addresses someone off-camera.
ON SCREEN TEXT: Sergeant Jay Fain Team 43 Alumnus
JAY FAIN: They can see these and they can reach out to guys like us.
A portrait of a man in a suit using crutches is shown.
JAY FAIN: We've been through it all and we can help them, like, mentor them, to get them to where they should be and where they need to be for their own personal health, and it's not just something that we can't just look away from.
A portrait of a woman with a prosthetic leg dancing with a man is shown. A man in a white t-shirt in a portrait is shown.