• U.S. Army Surgeon General Patricia D. Horoho (right), is pictured with Joanne Patton (left), daughter-in-law of Army Gen. George S. Patton Jr., and Jarrett Barrios, CEO of the Massachusetts Red Cross, after receiving the Humanitarian Award from the American Red Cross of Massachusetts at a ceremony held in Boston last month. Horoho, the Army's first female surgeon general, was recognized for the role she played as a nurse at the Pentagon during 9/11 where she saved dozens of lives by administering medical aid at the point of injury. (Photo courtesy American Red Cross of Massachusetts)

    Horoho Receives Red Cross Humanitarian Award

    U.S. Army Surgeon General Patricia D. Horoho (right), is pictured with Joanne Patton (left), daughter-in-law of Army Gen. George S. Patton Jr., and Jarrett Barrios, CEO of the Massachusetts Red Cross, after receiving the Humanitarian Award from the...

  • U.S. Army Surgeon General Patricia D. Horoho (right), is pictured with Joanne Patton, daughter-in-law of Army Gen. George S. Patton Jr., after receiving the Humanitarian Award from the American Red Cross of Massachusetts at a ceremony held in Boston last month. Horoho, the Army's first female surgeon general, was recognized for the role she played as a nurse at the Pentagon during 9/11 where she saved dozens of lives by administering medical aid at the point of injury. (Photo courtesy American Red Cross of Massachusetts)

    Horoho Receives Red Cross Humanitarian Award

    U.S. Army Surgeon General Patricia D. Horoho (right), is pictured with Joanne Patton, daughter-in-law of Army Gen. George S. Patton Jr., after receiving the Humanitarian Award from the American Red Cross of Massachusetts at a ceremony held in Boston...

  • U.S. Army Surgeon General Patricia D. Horoho (right), is pictured with Jarrett Barrios, CEO of the Massachusetts Red Cross, after receiving the Humanitarian Award from the American Red Cross of Massachusetts at a ceremony held in Boston last month. Horoho, the Army's first female surgeon general, was recognized for the role she played as a nurse at the Pentagon during 9/11 where she saved dozens of lives by administering medical aid at the point of injury. (Photo courtesy American Red Cross of Massachusetts)

    Horoho Receives Red Cross Humanitarian Award

    U.S. Army Surgeon General Patricia D. Horoho (right), is pictured with Jarrett Barrios, CEO of the Massachusetts Red Cross, after receiving the Humanitarian Award from the American Red Cross of Massachusetts at a ceremony held in Boston last month...

U.S. Army Surgeon General Patricia D. Horoho (right), is pictured with Joanne Patton (left), daughter-in-law of Army Gen. George S. Patton Jr., and Jarrett Barrios, CEO of the Massachusetts Red Cross, after receiving the Humanitarian Award from the American Red Cross of Massachusetts at a ceremony held in Boston last month. Horoho, the Army's first female surgeon general, was recognized for the role she played as a nurse at the Pentagon during 9/11 where she saved dozens of lives by administering medical aid at the point of injury. (Photo courtesy American Red Cross of Massachusetts)

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