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School Children Honor Deployed Parents with Yellow Ribbons

Grant (left) and Braydon Bushaw are seated in Mrs. Beth Kocis' classroom moments before heading out to place yellow ribbons at the homes of North Dakota Army National Guard Soldiers mobilized for duty in Kosovo last Aug. Their father is Chief Warrant Officer Lee Bushaw, who serves as executive assistant to the commanding general for KFOR-12 (Kosovo Forces).



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This work, School Children Honor Deployed Parents with Yellow Ribbons [Image 4 of 6], by Bill Prokopyk, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.09.2009

Date Posted:10.09.2009 23:38

Photo ID:211437

VIRIN:091009-A-#####-003

Resolution:3872x2592

Size:270.18 KB

Location:BISMARCK, ND, USGlobe

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  • Will Dohrmann (left) and Grant Bushaw, whose fathers are deployed to Kosovo, are among the approximately 100 school children from Bismarck Centennial Elementary School sitting quietly waiting for the "Day of the Deployed" ceremony to begin at the N.D. State Capitol's Memorial Hall. The ceremony, conducted on Oct. 26, 2009 honored and recognized all deployed military service members and their families.
  • Gov. John Hoeven speaks with family members of North Dakota Soldiers deployed with on the KFOR 12 mission, following the announcement of the upcoming return of the National Guard soldiers from their peacekeeping mission in Kosovo. Family members, left to right, are Suzanne Richards, Kara Richards and Jodee Saylor. Suzanne’s son and Kara’s husband is Spc. A.J. Richards, and Jodee’s son is Sgt. Jordan Ternes, both of the 957th Liaison Monitoring Team. Suzanne is employed with the North Dakota National Guard as a Yellow Ribbon Specialist. The announcement was made to family, friends and fellow Guardsmen at the Guard’s Raymond J. Bohn armory on July 9, 2010.

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