• Master Sgt. Michael Winters, retention NCO, receives two specially designed commemorative coins and a flag from Bell for his excellent performance of duty while serving overseas.

    Warriors receive honors

    Master Sgt. Michael Winters, retention NCO, receives two specially designed commemorative coins and a flag from Bell for his excellent performance of duty while serving overseas.

  • Bell thanked the Soldiers who have answered the nation's call  and the crowd who attended to pay tribute to Soldiers and their Family members.

    Warriors receives honors

    Bell thanked the Soldiers who have answered the nation's call and the crowd who attended to pay tribute to Soldiers and their Family members.

  • Soldiers and their Families salute the flag during the opening ceremony, honoring warrior citizens for their commitment to the nation.

    Warriors receive honors

    Soldiers and their Families salute the flag during the opening ceremony, honoring warrior citizens for their commitment to the nation.

  • Kayla Green, 2, receives a teddy bear from Maj. Gen. Alan Bell, deputy commander, U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC), during a Welcome Home Warrior Citizen ceremony held Oct. 15 at the USARC Headquarters at Fort McPherson. 

The event was designed to recognize Soldiers and their Families for their sacrifice and selfless service in support of the Global War on Terror. 

Kayla’s parents, Peggy and Sgt. 1st Class Brian Green, a retention control officer for USARC, and her sister Brianna, standing behind her, were also presented mementos. Green served at Camp Victory in Iraq. 

The 16 Soldiers recognized received an encased American flag with an engraved caption, “... In appreciation for your faithful military service.  Your selfless sacrifice and excellent performance of duty are reflective of the Army’s warrior ethos.  Your patriotic service as a true ‘Warrior Citizen’ will never be forgotten,” signed by Lt. Gen. Jack C. Stultz, chief, Army Reserve.

    Warriors receive honors

    Kayla Green, 2, receives a teddy bear from Maj. Gen. Alan Bell, deputy commander, U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC), during a Welcome Home Warrior Citizen ceremony held Oct. 15 at the USARC Headquarters at Fort McPherson. The event was designed to...

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