These clips are just a few samples of media appearances and interviews with Lee Ellis –

LinkBlue Grit Podcast | Extended Interview with Col Lee Ellis

LinkU.S. Air Force Public Affairs | Veterans in Blue Video Interview – Lee’s Story

LinkFox and Friends – Fox News Channel | Former POW, Lee Ellis, Slams Writer Who Claims Flag is Racist

LinkC-SPAN | Q&A Interview with C-SPAN Founder, Brian Lamb

Link – Fox and Friends with Brain Kilmeade – Perlstein and POW/MIA Flag

Link – CNN Newsroom – Bowe Bergdahl Recovery Perspective

LinkCNN | Memorial Day Reunion

CBS News


Ex-POW on the challenge of coming home from captivity

  • An Interview with CBS News



ABCRemembering the POWs of the Vietnam War

  • An Interview with Diane Sawyer



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Sample Interviews

Link – Fox and Friends – January 2013: Leading with Honor

Link – Leaders with Ginni Thomas: An Interview with Lee Ellis

Link – Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN)

Link – Live with Alisyn Camerota: Lee’s Interview Regarding a CBS Apology

Link – Leading with Honor National Book Release Interview – Lee Ellis

Frequently Asked Questions

Link – Leading with Honor Introduction (extended)

Link – “Describe a Light-Hearted Moment in Your POW Experience.”

Link – “When Did You Have to Lean Into the Pain?”

Link – “What do Women Leaders Think of Leading with Honor?”

Link – “Why is Leading with Honor Help for the Military Reader?”

Link – “How did You Stay Mentally and Physically Fit in Your POW Experience?”

Link – “Why is Leadership Development Important?”

Link – “How Did the 14 Lessons Help you After Your POW Experience?”

Link – “What Were Your Goals in Writing the Book?”

Link – “Describe an Important Lesson That You Learned and Still Use Today”

Link – “How Important was Family Support During Your POW Experience?”

Link – “What is Your Definition of Honor?”

Link – “Why Do These 14 Lessons Work?”

Link – “How Does Your Story Begin in the Book?”

Link – “Describe Your Career Before Your POW Experience.”

Link – “Describe Your Career After Your POW Experience.”

Link – “Describe the Lesson About Over-Communication.”