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Inspired by her father’s service as a submarine sailor, Jeanne Bartelt joined the Marines believing it to be the best service.
Ronald Tatum earned the rank of major and served as an instructor for the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center in the Sierra Mountains
Brock McIntosh served with the 333rd Military Police Company and 275th Military Police Company during Operation Enduring Freedom.
Marion Baker completed basic training at Camp Livingston before being deployed with the first wave of occupation troops in Japan during World War II.
Dona Mills-Bozman joined the Army Nurse Corps after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. She was working at a New Orleans Hospital where nurses were being recruited
Army Veteran Bryan Smethurst served in Afghanistan and overcame addiction stemming from post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Last updated November 26, 2022
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