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Troops Honored for Service in Kuwait

CAMP SMITH TRAINING SITE, CORTLANDT MANOR, NY -- Olga Ramon (middle right) pins the Army Achievement Medal on her son, Sgt. Shawn Stevens (left) during a Freedom Salute Ceremony here on Nov. 17. Brig. Gen. Raymond Shields, director, joint staff, New York National Guard (far right) and Col. Reginald Sanders, commander of the 369th Sustainment Brigade (middle left) observe. The ceremony honored Stevens and 49 other New York Army National Guard Soldiers who served in Kuwait for almost a year. Stevens is from Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Times Union -- Thu, 12 Jul 2018 1918 casualty a notable son The casualty list released by the American Expeditionary Force on July 21, 1918 listed 64 American soldiers and marines killed in action and 28 missing.But the name reporters noticed first... (more)

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Associated Press -- Thu, 12 Jul 2018 NYC soldier was Army division's 1st combat loss in WWI SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - A century ago this week, the New York National Guard's 27th Division lost its first soldier in combat in World War I.

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