17 Reasons to Support us in 2017

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USAF Tech. Sergeant Daniel Beesting

USAF Tech. Sgt. Daniel Beesting joined the Air Force in February of 2002, just months after the September 11, 2001 attacks. He served the country from 2001 to August of 2011. His unit first deployed to Iraq in 2004. Tech. Sgt. Beesting spent a lot of time with Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
 

Army Sergeant Ernso Auguste

Army Sergeant Ernso Auguste was wounded in March of 2005 in Iraq while guarding a location occupied by Army military officers and Iraqi officials who were in a meeting. Auguste and others were guarding the building’s perimeter and checkpoints when a vehicle sped toward them and exploded. Auguste’s initial injuries included severe rinfing in his ears, confusion, and severe feet and back pain. He was taken to a Combat Support Hospital for treatment.
 

Army Sgt Trevor Bishop

Army Sergeant Trevor Bishop joined the U.S. military because he wanted to be part of something bigger than himself. He also wanted to make a difference in the world by helping people.
 

Army Sergeant Bryan Kelsey

US Army Sergeant Bryan Kelsey, a team leader with the Military Police, was injured in Iraq in March of 2005 when an IED (155mm Artillery Shell) detonated and ripped through the Humvee that Sergeant Kelsey was in.
 

Army Specialist Eduardo Fuentes-Bueno

Army Specialist Eduardo Fuentes-Bueno first joined the military when he enlisted in the U.S. Marines in 2007, and served his county through the end of his contract in 2011. He immediately re-enlisted in the Army National Guard in Florence Arizona. Specialist Fuentes-Bueno was injured on February 26, 2012 in Afghanistan when the personnel security detail team he was attached to was attacked by civilians and enemy combatants.

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