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END OF WATCH: This is Detective Tanisha Pughsley. END OF WATCH: This is Detective Tanisha Pughsley. The Montgomery (Ala.) detective was shot and killed at her home earlier this week [July 2020].

Please take a second to thank Detective Pughsley for her service to her community.  We honor you, Tanisha Pughsley 🇺🇸 #honor365 #rememberingtheone #leo 

DETAILS: https://bit.ly/32bdBfA 
(#Repost @10 Tampa Bay)

END OF WATCH: This is Detective Tanisha Pughsley. The Montgomery (Ala.) detective was shot and killed at her home earlier this week [July 2020].

Please take a second to thank Detective Pughsley for her service to her community. We honor you, Tanisha Pughsley 🇺🇸 #honor365 #rememberingtheone #leo

DETAILS: https://bit.ly/32bdBfA
(#Repost @10 Tampa Bay)
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SSgt Cal L Nguyen 🇺🇸 “I’m a history buff SSgt Cal L Nguyen 🇺🇸 “I’m a history buff of sorts. Some of you probably know my story. I came to the USA when I was 2 years old about 2 days before the fall of Saigon when the communist Viet Cong regime took over the south. My parents were dirt poor and we received refugee status and green cards (the right way). I became a citizen in 1999 and had enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 2003 because of 9/11 (and to give back for Vietnam). I also was a base Honor Guardsman.

I separated in 2007 from active duty, then was in the USAF Reserve until 2011 as a Staff Sergeant in long haul data/voice communications. I currently work for President Trump in a small way being under the Department of Defense as a Civil Servant. I have also been an actor since the late 1990s as well as a filmmaker since 2010 (you can see my show on Amazon, Day Zero the Series at [https://www.amazon.com/The-Battle-for-California/dp/B07B4NC9TY/](https://www.amazon.com/The-Battle-for-California/dp/B07B4NC9TY/)

Most people born here probably (sadly) can’t pass the U.S. Civics 101 exam that I had to take when I naturalized. It’s 100 questions about our form of government (Constitutional Republic). I hope people thank a Veteran today for their service and sacrifices to keep us alive and living far better than any other country. Let’s keep it that way!” We honor you, Cal Nguyen 🇺🇸 (Submission by: Ninzel Rasmuson) #honor365 #rememberingtheone #airforce #oef

SSgt Cal L Nguyen 🇺🇸 “I’m a history buff of sorts. Some of you probably know my story. I came to the USA when I was 2 years old about 2 days before the fall of Saigon when the communist Viet Cong regime took over the south. My parents were dirt poor and we received refugee status and green cards (the right way). I became a citizen in 1999 and had enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 2003 because of 9/11 (and to give back for Vietnam). I also was a base Honor Guardsman.

I separated in 2007 from active duty, then was in the USAF Reserve until 2011 as a Staff Sergeant in long haul data/voice communications. I currently work for President Trump in a small way being under the Department of Defense as a Civil Servant. I have also been an actor since the late 1990s as well as a filmmaker since 2010 (you can see my show on Amazon, Day Zero the Series at [https://www.amazon.com/The-Battle-for-California/dp/B07B4NC9TY/](https://www.amazon.com/The-Battle-for-California/dp/B07B4NC9TY/)

Most people born here probably (sadly) can’t pass the U.S. Civics 101 exam that I had to take when I naturalized. It’s 100 questions about our form of government (Constitutional Republic). I hope people thank a Veteran today for their service and sacrifices to keep us alive and living far better than any other country. Let’s keep it that way!” We honor you, Cal Nguyen 🇺🇸 (Submission by: Ninzel Rasmuson) #honor365 #rememberingtheone #airforce #oef
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TULLAHOMA, Tenn. — A Tennessee firefighter who s TULLAHOMA, Tenn. — A Tennessee firefighter who stands at 7 feet tall might be the tallest firefighter in the world, and was recently measured by representatives from the Guinness Book of World Records. 

Tullahoma Firefighter Brandon Berridge was officially measured on Jan. 13, according to WSMV. 

"He goes by Shorty. If he hears Shorty, he comes running," a fellow Tullahoma firefighter said. 

According to colleagues, Berridge doesn't need to use a ladder when installing smoke detectors and sometimes eats his lunch using the top of the firehouse refrigerator as a table. 

"It's the perfect height for me," said Berridge. "I don't have to scrunch, just grab a spot." 

Being 7 feet tall does have some of its disadvantages – Berridge has to duck a lot, earning him a second nickname, "Aflac," after the insurance company's feathered mascot. 

No word yet on whether Berridge is officially the world's tallest firefighter, which will be a new entry in the Guinness Book. 

We honor you, Brandon Berridge.

#Repost @https://www.firechief.com/awards/articles/7-foot-firefighter-measured-by-guinness-book-of-world-records-8VbFovKABFPqAmtS/ 

#rememberingtheone #honor365

TULLAHOMA, Tenn. — A Tennessee firefighter who stands at 7 feet tall might be the tallest firefighter in the world, and was recently measured by representatives from the Guinness Book of World Records.

Tullahoma Firefighter Brandon Berridge was officially measured on Jan. 13, according to WSMV.

"He goes by Shorty. If he hears Shorty, he comes running," a fellow Tullahoma firefighter said.

According to colleagues, Berridge doesn't need to use a ladder when installing smoke detectors and sometimes eats his lunch using the top of the firehouse refrigerator as a table.

"It's the perfect height for me," said Berridge. "I don't have to scrunch, just grab a spot."

Being 7 feet tall does have some of its disadvantages – Berridge has to duck a lot, earning him a second nickname, "Aflac," after the insurance company's feathered mascot.

No word yet on whether Berridge is officially the world's tallest firefighter, which will be a new entry in the Guinness Book.

We honor you, Brandon Berridge.

#Repost @https://www.firechief.com/awards/articles/7-foot-firefighter-measured-by-guinness-book-of-world-records-8VbFovKABFPqAmtS/

#rememberingtheone #honor365
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While serving as a member of the American Forces i While serving as a member of the American Forces in #Vietnam, Private Earnest Lee Mason Jr. was killed as a result of combat action while in support of the Forces of the Republic of Vietnam in their struggle with insurgent Communist forces. 

We honor you Earnest Mason Jr.

#Repost @https://www.thepurpleheart.com/roll-of-honor/profile/default?rID=c72520ee-592a-479f-be67-2276eafc5136 

#rememberingtheone #honor365 #kia

While serving as a member of the American Forces in #Vietnam, Private Earnest Lee Mason Jr. was killed as a result of combat action while in support of the Forces of the Republic of Vietnam in their struggle with insurgent Communist forces.

We honor you Earnest Mason Jr.

#Repost @https://www.thepurpleheart.com/roll-of-honor/profile/default?rID=c72520ee-592a-479f-be67-2276eafc5136

#rememberingtheone #honor365 #kia
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[May 22, 2019] Senior Trooper Nicholas Cederberg ( [May 22, 2019] Senior Trooper Nicholas Cederberg (Oregon State Police) is being honored for placing himself in the line of fire and suffering life-threatening injuries in order to bring a murderer to justice.

Senior Trooper Nicholas Cederberg was spending time with his family on Christmas night 2016 when he heard a radio call broadcasting news of a suspect in nearby King City.

Based on his knowledge of the area, Senior Trooper Cederberg drove to head off the fleeing suspect, whom he spotted backing into a driveway. The killer recognized his unmarked patrol car and sped away.

The suspect eventually turned down a dead-end road. Senior Trooper Cederberg set up for his return. With backup still several minutes away, he remained in position as the man made a U-turn, drove back toward the officer and aimed his accelerating vehicle at the officer's car. The attacker rammed the patrol car and opened fire, striking Senior Trooper Cederberg in the right hip and leaving him unable to move his legs.

As he lay on the ground, Senior Trooper Cederberg exchanged fire with the suspect, taking 12 more bullets, seven into his body and five that were absorbed by his ballistic vest. At the sound of sirens, the man fled and hid in the woods. Responding officers were able to track him down, engage him in an intense gunfight and fatally wound him.

Senior Trooper Cederberg was taken to the hospital where he underwent surgeries to repair a collapsed lung and two broken arms. A bullet remains lodged in his spine.

Senior Trooper Cederberg acted decisively and courageously as he singlehandedly tracked down and held at bay a murderer who had shot his estranged wife eight times. He placed himself in the line of fire and withstood being struck a dozen times by gunfire to prevent the assailant's escape.

We honor you, Nicholas Cederberg.

#Repost @https://bja.ojp.gov/sites/g/files/xyckuh186/files/Programs/MedalOfValor/mov_awardees.html 

#rememberingtheone #honor365 #MedalofValor

[May 22, 2019] Senior Trooper Nicholas Cederberg (Oregon State Police) is being honored for placing himself in the line of fire and suffering life-threatening injuries in order to bring a murderer to justice.

Senior Trooper Nicholas Cederberg was spending time with his family on Christmas night 2016 when he heard a radio call broadcasting news of a suspect in nearby King City.

Based on his knowledge of the area, Senior Trooper Cederberg drove to head off the fleeing suspect, whom he spotted backing into a driveway. The killer recognized his unmarked patrol car and sped away.

The suspect eventually turned down a dead-end road. Senior Trooper Cederberg set up for his return. With backup still several minutes away, he remained in position as the man made a U-turn, drove back toward the officer and aimed his accelerating vehicle at the officer's car. The attacker rammed the patrol car and opened fire, striking Senior Trooper Cederberg in the right hip and leaving him unable to move his legs.

As he lay on the ground, Senior Trooper Cederberg exchanged fire with the suspect, taking 12 more bullets, seven into his body and five that were absorbed by his ballistic vest. At the sound of sirens, the man fled and hid in the woods. Responding officers were able to track him down, engage him in an intense gunfight and fatally wound him.

Senior Trooper Cederberg was taken to the hospital where he underwent surgeries to repair a collapsed lung and two broken arms. A bullet remains lodged in his spine.

Senior Trooper Cederberg acted decisively and courageously as he singlehandedly tracked down and held at bay a murderer who had shot his estranged wife eight times. He placed himself in the line of fire and withstood being struck a dozen times by gunfire to prevent the assailant's escape.

We honor you, Nicholas Cederberg.

#Repost @https://bja.ojp.gov/sites/g/files/xyckuh186/files/Programs/MedalOfValor/mov_awardees.html

#rememberingtheone #honor365 #MedalofValor
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