On Sunday, August 5, 2007, CT Governor M. Jodi Rell, and CT Adjutant General, MG Thaddeus Martin, honored the 102nd Infantry of the CT Army Nat'l Guard in a special "Freedom Salute" ceremony at the Hartford Armory in Hartford, CT. Here (L to R) AaSP's Mary-Edna and Alan Krutchkoff enjoy photo op with Gov. Rell and MG Martin.
The CT Natl Guard enjoyed a warm homecoming in Hartford, CT, Saturday, 4/21/07
The sign says it all "Welcome Home Daddy"
102nd Infantry Regiment
SSG Nate K.
SPC Steven W.
The 102nd Infantry was recently honored at the Hartford, CT, Armory on Sunday, August 5, 2007, after a successful tour in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2006 and 2007. AaSP had the honor and privilege to support the 102nd Infantry during it's tour in Afghanistan. For pictures of the event, CLICK HERE.
AaSP had a special connection to one adoptee, SSG Nate K. We came to this connection through a good friend and colleague, who is a retired SFC in the same unit. These are his friends and men he served with. So these are our friends!
As for SPC Steven W., he also came through a special connection, our good friends at Fujifilm, and we are honored to have supported him as well.
The storied 102d Infantry Regiment has a proud heritage dating back to the revolutionary war and then CT Governor, Jonathon Trumbull, namesake of the city where about 70 AaSP members work.
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Our colleague Pete DeBona happy to be with one of his 102nd Infantry buddies at the Homecoming
Our brave warriors of the 102nd: SGT James D, SSG Nathan K, SGT Calvin W. and SPC Dennis B.
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