American Legion in Spotswood recognized for supporting Operation Freedom

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Master Sgt. John Nitch presented a Certificate of Appreciation to American Legion Post 253 Commander William Baum for his dedication and support toward Operation Freedom's Sentinel & Inherent Resolve. The Spotswood Legion post shipped more than 30 packages to military personnel overseas during Operation Freedom's Sentinel & Inherent Resolve. Their appreciation was recognized by Lt. General U.S. Air Force Commander, USAFCENT Joseph Guastella Jr and USAFCENT Air Reserve Component Advise Edwin Tuhy, Col, USAF. PHOTOS COURTESY OF ARLENE BAUM
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Master Sgt. John Nitch presented a Certificate of Appreciation to American Legion Post 253 Commander William Baum for his dedication and support toward Operation Freedom's Sentinel & Inherent Resolve. The Spotswood Legion post shipped more than 30 packages to military personnel overseas during Operation Freedom's Sentinel & Inherent Resolve. Their appreciation was recognized by Lt. General U.S. Air Force Commander, USAFCENT Joseph Guastella Jr and USAFCENT Air Reserve Component Advise Edwin Tuhy, Col, USAF. PHOTOS COURTESY OF ARLENE BAUM
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Master Sgt. John Nitch presented a Certificate of Appreciation to American Legion Post 253 Commander William Baum for his dedication and support toward Operation Freedom’s Sentinel & Inherent Resolve.
The Spotswood Legion post shipped more than 30 packages to military personnel overseas during Operation Freedom’s Sentinel & Inherent Resolve.
Their appreciation was recognized by Lt. General U.S. Air Force Commander, USAFCENT Joseph Guastella Jr and USAFCENT Air Reserve Component Advise Edwin Tuhy, Col, USAF.