Hero guardsman to receive Soldier's Medal
The Guard has alerted thousands of forces across the nation for possible deployment. It has already sent elite special operations para-rescuers from California and New York to aid in the effort, he said.
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Jonathan Showalter, Bravo Company st Infantry out of Gardner, to the troops after they walked on the stage to cheers and camera flashes. The regiment has around soldiers in units from Agawam, Fitchburg and Worcester. The soldiers left the auditorium and grabbed their bags, quickly dropping them on the ground to embrace their loved ones for the first time in a year before heading home. Colleen Harsh, of Ashby, waited with family and friends to welcome home her husband, Sgt.
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Brandon Harsh, who has served for 11 years. Harsh said he is glad to be able to spend time with his family, including his daughter Eva, 2, and son Lucas, 1.
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To remember the soldiers that fight for our country is very, very important to us. The small ceremony and unveiling was one of many happening throughout the state at other National Guard armories as part of an initiative to rename the bases after for soldiers with local or significant ties. For White-Stumpf, that meant a little bit of both. She spent time at the armory in Goldsboro and her training in cultural support is representative of the hallmark program at the Greenville location.
This is just one small step to recognize the soldier and her family and what they have given up so that the rest of us can enjoy the American way of life that we so appreciate. Her mother gave a tearful speech remembering how her daughter grew up: White-Stumpf and her unit were tasked with building relationships with Afghan citizens at a time when women were officially banned from combat.
White said she saw bravery in her daughter, and it was confirmed when members of the extraction team that came to rescue her and others relayed that White-Stumpf had refused morphine tablets so she could stay aware of what was happening as soldiers worked to save her life. It is that service, one that previously was unattainable for women, that White is most proud of, and it is that service that has caught the eye of authors and film producers as well, she said.
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