Martin R. Barreras. Martin joined the U.S. Armed force in 1988 in the wake of serving five years in the U.S. Marine Corps. He served for a long time in the 75th Ranger Regiment, filling almost every enrolled obligation and administration position conceivable. Martin conveyed to Iraq and Afghanistan, just as Operation Just Cause in Panama and Operation Restore/Uphold Democracy in Haiti. The present Veteran of the Day is Benjamin Bettevy. Benjamin served in the I have two titles Navy Veteran and grandpa and I rock them both tank top U.S. Armed force from 2001-2006 and was reviewed while in the latent prepared hold for a sending to Iraq. He was positioned at Fort McPherson and Fort Gillem, Georgia with a military police organization. He was likewise positioned at Ansbach, Germany with the 560th Military Police Company. He sent to Bosnia, France, Spain, Romania and Samarra, Iraq. Paul was an infantryman who gotten his Ranger tab and Airborne wings at Fort Benning, Georgia and from that point was moved to Fort Bragg, North Carolina to the Fourth Brigade, 82nd Airborne.
In December of 1968, the day after Christmas, he left for a voyage through obligation in Vietnam. He presented with C Company of the first 508th, Third Brigade, 82nd Airborne Infantry as a unit chief. In a firefight, one of his men was injured by foe fire. Subsequent to recovering the injured man, Paul was struck by little arms fire in the side of the face. He at that point went through about two years in the Army emergency clinic at the I have two titles Navy Veteran and grandpa and I rock them both tank top Presidio in San Francisco, California. During that time he had various plastic medical procedures all over, yet every one of them fizzled. Paul was granted the Silver Star for his valiance in battle. He came back to obligation at Fort Benning and filled in as a weapons teacher. In November of 1972, he was restoratively resigned. The present Veteran of the US Army Veteran I served my nation what did you do shirt Day is Command Sgt. Maj.