Fort Report: Quarterly retirement ceremony recognizes service
Sgt. 1st Class Manaia Fruean Jr. was one of five Army retirees participating in the Quarterly Installation Retirement Ceremony hosted by Col. Jarrod Moreland, garrison commander. The ceremony April 22 at Brown Parade Field, Fort Huachuca, Arizona, recognized more than 118 years of service by the retirees. Fruean retired with 24 years of service. (Photo Credit: (U.S. Army photo by Romeo St. Pierre)) VIEW ORIGINAL

FORT HUACHUCA, Ariz. -- In this episode of the Fort Report, the Army bids farewell to five Soldiers with service totaling more than 118 years during the Quarterly Installation Retirement Ceremony held April 22 at Brown Parade Field. (click on highlighted text for video news coverage)

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