• FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed  Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run.   The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen Warriors and started and finished at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island. Combat boots, donated by Army Soldiers, Civilians and Families on Oahu, lined the path of the run. Each boot represented a service member who has died since Sept. 11, 2001, and was displayed with a photo of the service member and a
small American flag.  All boots were donated, and bronzed boots on the award itself are actually a pair of combat boots that have been bronzed. The "travelling" part of the moniker denotes that the trophy will be passed on to the unit with most participation each year of the event. This is due in part to the cost of the award and also to encourage maximum unit participation in future events.

    516th Signal Brigade maxes participation in Remembrance Run

    FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run. The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen...

  • FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed  Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run.   The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen Warriors and started and finished at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island. Combat boots, donated by Army Soldiers, Civilians and Families on Oahu, lined the path of the run. Each boot represented a service member who has died since Sept. 11, 2001, and was displayed with a photo of the service member and a
small American flag.  All boots were donated, and bronzed boots on the award itself are actually a pair of combat boots that have been bronzed. The "travelling" part of the moniker denotes that the trophy will be passed on to the unit with most participation each year of the event. This is due in part to the cost of the award and also to encourage maximum unit participation in future events.

    516th Signal Brigade maxes participation in Remembrance Run

    FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run. The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen...

  • FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed  Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run.   The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen Warriors and started and finished at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island. Combat boots, donated by Army Soldiers, Civilians and Families on Oahu, lined the path of the run. Each boot represented a service member who has died since Sept. 11, 2001, and was displayed with a photo of the service member and a
small American flag.  All boots were donated, and bronzed boots on the award itself are actually a pair of combat boots that have been bronzed. The "travelling" part of the moniker denotes that the trophy will be passed on to the unit with most participation each year of the event. This is due in part to the cost of the award and also to encourage maximum unit participation in future events.

    Hero Remembrance Run

    FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run. The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen...

  • FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed  Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run.   The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen Warriors and started and finished at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island. Combat boots, donated by Army Soldiers, Civilians and Families on Oahu, lined the path of the run. Each boot represented a service member who has died since Sept. 11, 2001, and was displayed with a photo of the service member and a
small American flag.  All boots were donated, and bronzed boots on the award itself are actually a pair of combat boots that have been bronzed. The "travelling" part of the moniker denotes that the trophy will be passed on to the unit with most participation each year of the event. This is due in part to the cost of the award and also to encourage maximum unit participation in future events.

    Heroes honored at "Boots over the Bridge" Remembrance Run

    FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run. The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen...

  • SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii- Theresa Johnson, representing the Tripler Army Medical Center Fisher House, awards the 516th Signal Brigade the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" for most unit participation at the Hero and Remembrance Run, Walk, or Roll. Col. Scott Baer, 516th Signal Brigade commander and 516th Brigade Command Sgt. Maj. Travis Cherry accepted the award on behalf of the brigade. (Photo by Spc. Nikko-Angelo Matos, 311th Signal Command)

    516th Presented with Bronzed Boots Award

    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii- Theresa Johnson, representing the Tripler Army Medical Center Fisher House, awards the 516th Signal Brigade the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" for most unit participation at the Hero and Remembrance Run, Walk, or Roll. Col...

  • FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed  Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run.   The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen Warriors and started and finished at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island. Combat boots, donated by Army Soldiers, Civilians and Families on Oahu, lined the path of the run. Each boot represented a service member who has died since Sept. 11, 2001, and was displayed with a photo of the service member and a
small American flag.  All boots were donated, and bronzed boots on the award itself are actually a pair of combat boots that have been bronzed. The "travelling" part of the moniker denotes that the trophy will be passed on to the unit with most participation each year of the event. This is due in part to the cost of the award and also to encourage maximum unit participation in future events.

    FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade...

    FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run. The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen...

  • FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed  Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run.   The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen Warriors and started and finished at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island. Combat boots, donated by Army Soldiers, Civilians and Families on Oahu, lined the path of the run. Each boot represented a service member who has died since Sept. 11, 2001, and was displayed with a photo of the service member and a
small American flag.  All boots were donated, and bronzed boots on the award itself are actually a pair of combat boots that have been bronzed. The "travelling" part of the moniker denotes that the trophy will be passed on to the unit with most participation each year of the event. This is due in part to the cost of the award and also to encourage maximum unit participation in future events.

    516th Signaleers run in

    FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run. The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen...

  • FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed  Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run.   The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen Warriors and started and finished at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island. Combat boots, donated by Army Soldiers, Civilians and Families on Oahu, lined the path of the run. Each boot represented a service member who has died since Sept. 11, 2001, and was displayed with a photo of the service member and a
small American flag.  All boots were donated, and bronzed boots on the award itself are actually a pair of combat boots that have been bronzed. The "travelling" part of the moniker denotes that the trophy will be passed on to the unit with most participation each year of the event. This is due in part to the cost of the award and also to encourage maximum unit participation in future events.

    516th Signaleers run in

    FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run. The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen...

  • SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii- Theresa Johnson, representing the Tripler Army Medical Center Fisher House, awards the 516th Signal Brigade the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" for most unit participation at the Hero and Remembrance Run, Walk, or Roll. Col. Scott Baer, 516th Signal Brigade commander and 516th Brigade Command Sgt. Maj. Travis Cherry accepted the award on behalf of the brigade. (Photo by Spc. Nikko-Angelo Matos, 311th Signal Command)

    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii- Theresa Johnson...

    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii- Theresa Johnson, representing the Tripler Army Medical Center Fisher House, awards the 516th Signal Brigade the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" for most unit participation at the Hero and Remembrance Run, Walk, or Roll. Col...

FORD ISLAND, Hawaii - The 516th Signal Brigade was awarded the first "Traveling Bronzed Boots" award for the most unit participation for the first "Boots on the Bridge" Memorial Fisher House Run. The Hero Remembrance Run featured boots for fallen Warriors and started and finished at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island. Combat boots, donated by Army Soldiers, Civilians and Families on Oahu, lined the path of the run. Each boot represented a service member who has died since Sept. 11, 2001, and was displayed with a photo of the service member and a small American flag. All boots were donated, and bronzed boots on the award itself are actually a pair of combat boots that have been bronzed. The "travelling" part of the moniker denotes that the trophy will be passed on to the unit with most participation each year of the event. This is due in part to the cost of the award and to encourage maximum unit participation in future events.

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