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US Army Reserve Center named after a fallen hometown Soldier

The Sgt. Michael Paranzino Army Reserve Center has been memorialized in remembrance to Sgt. Michael Paranzino who was killed in action exactly one year ago. Participating in the ribbon cutting ceremony are (from left to right) Capt. Joe Voboril Commanding Officer, Naval Station Newport, brother Dan Paranzino, father Butch Paranzino, mother Melane Paranzino, Maj. Gen. William D.R. Waff, Commanding General, 99th Regional Support Command, U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse here in Naval Station Newport, R.I. Nov. 5, 2011. Out of more than 200 buildings on the naval base, the Parazino Army Reserve Center is the only building that is named after a fallen service member.



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This work, US Army Reserve Center named after a fallen hometown Soldier [Image 5 of 6], by SFC Andy Yoshimura, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.05.2011

Date Posted:11.07.2011 15:02

Photo ID:485111

VIRIN:100605-A-#####-323

Resolution:3614x2409

Size:2.05 MB

Location:NEWPORT, RI, USGlobe

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