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Henry Andrasovsky joined the Marines six months before the attack on Pearl Harbor. When the US entered the war he joined 1st Marine Division at Guadalcanal.
Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Ariel “AJ” Luna. AJ served […]
Ernest Gallego flew 50 missions from Italy and attained the rank of staff sergeant before returning to the United States in August 1945.
While deployed to Vietnam, Army Veteran Arthur Baltazar fought alongside the 167th Signal Company and First Field Forces units.
Voron Baughan went to Biak Island, New Guinea where he was assigned to the 90th Bomb Group Heavy with the 321st Bomb Squadron.
Michael Geary served in the Army. He was moved from an airborne unit to an infantry unit and deployed to Baghdad, Iraq in 2002.
Wilfred Anderson served in the Navy from 1944 to 1946. He was stationed on the USS Morris in the South Pacific where he earned rank of Radioman Second Class
Lissette served as a logistics specialist on active duty for six and a half years. She began her military career in the Puerto Rico Army National Guard.
Ross Calvert lost about 40 pounds by the time the Germans found him. After interrogation, he was taken to a flea-infested Prisoner of War camp, Stalag 7A.
Brian Anderson served as a Green Beret for Operation Enduring Freedom at Camp Mogenson from 2009 to 2010 and in the Urzghan Province from 2010 to 201.
Pat served in the Army as a long-range reconnaissance patrol (LRRP) ranger. Pat was awarded the Silver Star and a Purple Heart.
Lawrence served in one of the longest combat deployments in recent history, which totaled 475 days. During OIF, Lawrence patrolled the streets of Baghdad.
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Last updated May 15, 2017
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