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Holiday greetings conducted by Multinational Battle Group - East
Forward deployed: Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo
Soldier info: U.S. Army 1st Lt.. Marjorie Lutz
Unit: 14th Combat Support Hospital (CASH)
Hometown: Easley, SC and Columbus, GA
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Hometown: Easley, SC
Soldiers from the South Carolina Army National Guard, 228th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade out of Spartanburg, South Carolina, share holiday greetings with their friends and families while deployed to Afghanistan during the 2016 holiday season. While deployed, the Soldiers are providing communication support to the deployed area....
Hometown: Ware Shoals, SC
KEYPORT, Wash. (Nov. 18, 2016) Cmdr. Andy Wiest, left, from Anderson, South Carolina, properly relieves Capt. Robert Jezek, from Fairfield, Ohio, as commanding officer of Naval Submarine Support Center (NSSC) Bangor during a change of command ceremony at the Naval Undersea Museum. NSSC, Bangor, provides centralized administrative and support services to local submarine squadron commanders,......
Hometown: Anderson, SC
LANDSTUHL, Germany – Maj. Brian A. Mason and Spc. Anthony Moreno, Support Operations, 421st Multifunctional Medical Battalion, provide and orientation the field training site to BRISAN Staff Officers during a Freedom Shock exercise at Landstuhl Training Area on Nov. 1 2016. (U.S. Army Photo by Maj. Richard Ramos)...
Hometown: Greenville, SC
U.S. Army 1st Lt. William Funchess watched from the other bank as Chinese soldiers approached the river, undressed, and swam across naked, holding weapons and clothes over their heads. Once they hit his side of the river, they shook the freezing water off their skin, dressed, and ran into the forest – one after the other after the other. Thousands of them.
It was November 4, 1950. When......
Hometown: Clemson, SC
Former U.S. Army 1st Lt. William H. Funchess, 89, who endured 34 months as a prisoner of war during the Korean War, displays his Clemson University Class of 1948 ring at his home in Clemson, S.C., Sept. 21, 2016. Funchess was held in the same prison compound and became very close to Army Chaplain Father Emil J. Kapaun, who received the Medal of Honor posthumously in 2013 for his acts of......
Hometown: Clemson, SC