BG Brad Nicholson, commanding general of Security Assistance Command, hands a command coin to Sharon Batchelder. Batchelder was a former employee for USASAC working in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 1995, when a bomb went off at the post office where she worked. She sustained a broken arm, but didn't realize it, while she searched for her husband, also employed as a contractor for the US Army. She received a Purple Heart medal shortly after the incident. She recently was in town for a family visit and wanted to see the Purple Heart plaque that includes her name in the USASAC lobby.