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Congratulations to Sergeant Chapman on his retirement from the West Valley City Police Department! After more than 20 years serving, it’s finally time for a well deserved break. Best wishes for your next adventure!

We honor you, Sgt Chapman.

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Congratulations to Sergeant Chapman on his retirement from the West Valley City Police Department! After more than 20 years serving, it’s finally time for a well deserved break. Best wishes for your next adventure!

We honor you, Sgt Chapman.

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Retired DAV national service officer Belinda Hill spent 30 years in the Army. When she retired from the service in 2009, she began to use VA services in New Orleans, Louisiana.

“We didn’t have a VA hospital, we had a VA clinic,” she said. “We now have a hospital, and there’s a big difference.”

Hill said while she was a patient at the clinic, they would give her a new primary care doctor every six months. She said she never felt comfortable because every time she’d go see the doctor, it was like starting over with her care. However, she said the VA hospital has given her the positive experience she’d originally expected.

“It’s very patient friendly,” said Hill. “When you walk in, there’s always someone with a friendly face helping you find where to go.”

Even though Hill said she gets most of her care through the VA hospital in New Orleans, it doesn’t seem like they considered the needs of women veterans when they built the new facility.

“They need to look more into the needs of women veterans and the specific things women need,” she said. “They send us out [to community care] to deal with a lot of female issues, and that’s a bad thing.”

We honor you, Belinda Hill.

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Retired DAV national service officer Belinda Hill spent 30 years in the Army. When she retired from the service in 2009, she began to use VA services in New Orleans, Louisiana.

“We didn’t have a VA hospital, we had a VA clinic,” she said. “We now have a hospital, and there’s a big difference.”

Hill said while she was a patient at the clinic, they would give her a new primary care doctor every six months. She said she never felt comfortable because every time she’d go see the doctor, it was like starting over with her care. However, she said the VA hospital has given her the positive experience she’d originally expected.

“It’s very patient friendly,” said Hill. “When you walk in, there’s always someone with a friendly face helping you find where to go.”

Even though Hill said she gets most of her care through the VA hospital in New Orleans, it doesn’t seem like they considered the needs of women veterans when they built the new facility.

“They need to look more into the needs of women veterans and the specific things women need,” she said. “They send us out [to community care] to deal with a lot of female issues, and that’s a bad thing.”

We honor you, Belinda Hill.

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In 1979, Beverly Kelley became the first woman to serve as commanding officer aboard a #USCG cutter. She took command of Cutter Cape Newagen as a Lt. j.g. and later retired as a Capt. in 2006.

We honor you, Beverly Kelley.

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In 1979, Beverly Kelley became the first woman to serve as commanding officer aboard a #USCG cutter. She took command of Cutter Cape Newagen as a Lt. j.g. and later retired as a Capt. in 2006.

We honor you, Beverly Kelley.

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Master Trooper James Bailey was struck and killed by a fleeing vehicle on I-69, south of Auburn, while attempting to deploy spike strips at about 4:30 pm.

Trooper Bailey was performing traffic control duties as the result of several crashes on the interstate when he was notified of a vehicle pursuit involving the Fort Wayne Police Department. The pursuit entered on I-69 toward Trooper Bailey's location.

The fleeing vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed and struck Trooper Bailey as he attempted to deploy spike strips near mile marker 326. He was transported to a nearby hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

The driver who struck him was arrested and charged with resisting law enforcement causing death to a law enforcement officer.

Trooper Bailey had served with the Indiana State Police for 15-1/2 years. He is survived by his wife, son, and daughter.

We honor you, James Bailey.

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Master Trooper James Bailey was struck and killed by a fleeing vehicle on I-69, south of Auburn, while attempting to deploy spike strips at about 4:30 pm.

Trooper Bailey was performing traffic control duties as the result of several crashes on the interstate when he was notified of a vehicle pursuit involving the Fort Wayne Police Department. The pursuit entered on I-69 toward Trooper Bailey's location.

The fleeing vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed and struck Trooper Bailey as he attempted to deploy spike strips near mile marker 326. He was transported to a nearby hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

The driver who struck him was arrested and charged with resisting law enforcement causing death to a law enforcement officer.

Trooper Bailey had served with the Indiana State Police for 15-1/2 years. He is survived by his wife, son, and daughter.

We honor you, James Bailey.

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The Monroe Fire Department celebrates the career of District Chief Roosevelt Bingham and congratulates him on his retirement after 31 years of service!

We honor you, Roosevelt Bingham.

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The Monroe Fire Department celebrates the career of District Chief Roosevelt Bingham and congratulates him on his retirement after 31 years of service!

We honor you, Roosevelt Bingham.

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Staff Sergeant Timothy S. Williams sprinted 60 meters under fire through open terrain to rescue his team leader after an AK-47 round shattered the Marine’s femur and sent him tumbling into a canal full of water. SSgt Williams scooped him up, stabilized his leg, then carried the Marine 3 football fields to a medevac chopper. He took charge of the patrol and led the force two miles over mountainous terrain toward friendly forces, killing Taliban the whole way. For his courage, he was awarded the Silver Star.

“...as Reconnaissance Section Assistant Team Leader, Combat Support Advisor Team, Regimental Combat Team 6, 1st Marine Division (Forward), I Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward), on 10 July 2012 in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. While a member of a 15 man joint Afghan National Army and Marine force, the patrol came under intense and accurate fire from a numerically superior force… Upon discovering his team leader was seriously wounded, Staff Sergeant Williams sprinted across 60 meters of open terrain, exposing himself to accurate enemy fire in order to aid and evacuate the wounded Marine. Staff Sergeant Williams exposed himself to accurate enemy fire yet again when he carried the wounded Marine over 300 meters of uneven terrain to the medical evacuation platform. He then took charge of the joint element and continued the assault on the enemy, personally killing 5 enemy fighters, while moving the team more than 2600 meters toward a trapped Quick Reaction Force and establishing firm defensive positions repelling the enemy. Through his sound tactical and technical proficiencies, he led his element to effectively neutralize numerous Taliban positions and an estimated 20 Taliban fighters across 3,000 meters of arduous terrain…”

We honor you, Timothy Williams.

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Staff Sergeant Timothy S. Williams sprinted 60 meters under fire through open terrain to rescue his team leader after an AK-47 round shattered the Marine’s femur and sent him tumbling into a canal full of water. SSgt Williams scooped him up, stabilized his leg, then carried the Marine 3 football fields to a medevac chopper. He took charge of the patrol and led the force two miles over mountainous terrain toward friendly forces, killing Taliban the whole way. For his courage, he was awarded the Silver Star.

“...as Reconnaissance Section Assistant Team Leader, Combat Support Advisor Team, Regimental Combat Team 6, 1st Marine Division (Forward), I Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward), on 10 July 2012 in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. While a member of a 15 man joint Afghan National Army and Marine force, the patrol came under intense and accurate fire from a numerically superior force… Upon discovering his team leader was seriously wounded, Staff Sergeant Williams sprinted across 60 meters of open terrain, exposing himself to accurate enemy fire in order to aid and evacuate the wounded Marine. Staff Sergeant Williams exposed himself to accurate enemy fire yet again when he carried the wounded Marine over 300 meters of uneven terrain to the medical evacuation platform. He then took charge of the joint element and continued the assault on the enemy, personally killing 5 enemy fighters, while moving the team more than 2600 meters toward a trapped Quick Reaction Force and establishing firm defensive positions repelling the enemy. Through his sound tactical and technical proficiencies, he led his element to effectively neutralize numerous Taliban positions and an estimated 20 Taliban fighters across 3,000 meters of arduous terrain…”

We honor you, Timothy Williams.

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"If you join for the right reasons and you want to do it, you will enjoy it," Rita Hohmann says of her time in the WAVES from 1959-1962. Without the creation of the WAVES in 1942, Hohmann and many other women would not have been able to serve.

We honor you, Rita Hohmann.

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"If you join for the right reasons and you want to do it, you will enjoy it," Rita Hohmann says of her time in the WAVES from 1959-1962. Without the creation of the WAVES in 1942, Hohmann and many other women would not have been able to serve.

We honor you, Rita Hohmann.

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Today we are introducting you to the new Vice-President of Women in Fire, Lieutenant Rachel Staebell.

Rachael began her career in public safety back in 2000 as an EMT for a local ambulance company. In 2001, she became a volunteer firefighter with the City of Fountain in Colorado.  By 2002 she became the station's first full-time, paid female firefighter. In 2012, she was promoted to Paramedic, and in 2016 was promoted to her current rank as Lieutenant.

Lieutenant Staebell also serves as the HOT coordinator for Women in Fire - teaching and coordinating Hands-On training at conferences. Rachael currently serves as a mentor to firefighters from several different states and actively participates in local recruitment and diversity panels.

We honor you, Rachael Staebell.

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Today we are introducting you to the new Vice-President of Women in Fire, Lieutenant Rachel Staebell.

Rachael began her career in public safety back in 2000 as an EMT for a local ambulance company. In 2001, she became a volunteer firefighter with the City of Fountain in Colorado. By 2002 she became the station's first full-time, paid female firefighter. In 2012, she was promoted to Paramedic, and in 2016 was promoted to her current rank as Lieutenant.

Lieutenant Staebell also serves as the HOT coordinator for Women in Fire - teaching and coordinating Hands-On training at conferences. Rachael currently serves as a mentor to firefighters from several different states and actively participates in local recruitment and diversity panels.

We honor you, Rachael Staebell.

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Col Thomas Farrell US Army retired, enlisted 1949 and served as Federal accountable Officer, Army Funds, Property and Support for the US Virgin lslands. He ended up in the the 37th Division in Ohio. This is the same unit Warren served in 10 years later. 

We honor you, Thomas Farrell.

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Col Thomas Farrell US Army retired, enlisted 1949 and served as Federal accountable Officer, Army Funds, Property and Support for the US Virgin lslands. He ended up in the the 37th Division in Ohio. This is the same unit Warren served in 10 years later.

We honor you, Thomas Farrell.

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