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Fort Bliss POW/MIA National Recognition Day

More than 100 soldiers, veterans and El Paso citizens joined the Fort Bliss leadership in signing “the Army Song” during the National Prisoners of War/Missing in Action Recognition Day, at the 1st Armored Division Parade Field, Sept 21. (From right to left) Maj. Gen. Dana J.H. Pittard, 1st Armored Division and Fort Bliss commanding general; Command Sgt. Maj. Ronnie R. Kelley, 1AD and Fort Bliss, command sergeant major; Alice Kelley; retired Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, 507th Maintenance Company, and former POW; Eunice Johnson and retired Army Spc. Joe Hudson, 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, 507th Maintenance Company, and former POW.

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Date Taken:09.20.2012

Date Posted:09.21.2012 14:38

Photo ID:669555



Size:5 MB

Location:EL PASO, TX, USGlobe

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