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Deployed SFS members awarded CABs, coins

Members of the 139th Security Forces Squadron earned Combat Action Badges and coins recognizing excellence from a two-star army general while deployed to Afghanistan in support of the Missouri Agri-Business Development Team there.

Members of the 139th Security Forces Squadron earned Combat Action Badges and coins.

Members of the 139th Security Forces Squadron earned Combat Action Badges and coins recognizing excellence from a two-star army general while deployed to Afghanistan in support of the Missouri Agri-Business Development Team there.

Members of the 139th Security Forces Squadron earned Combat Action Badges and coins.

Members of the 139th Security Forces Squadron earned Combat Action Badges and coins recognizing excellence from a two-star army general while deployed to Afghanistan in support of the Missouri Agri-Business Development Team there.

Members of the 139th Security Forces Squadron earned Combat Action Badges and coins.

Members of the 139th Security Forces Squadron earned Combat Action Badges and coins recognizing excellence from a two-star army general while deployed to Afghanistan in support of the Missouri Agri-Business Development Team there.

Members of the 139th Security Forces Squadron earned Combat Action Badges and coins.

St. Joseph --   Members of the 139th Security Forces Squadron earned Combat Action Badges and coins recognizing excellence from a two-star army general while deployed to Afghanistan in support of the Missouri Agri-Business Development Team there.
  Staff Sgts. Richard Robison and Daniel Salcedo and Senior Airman Eric Moe were awarded Combat Action Badges by Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Schloesser, commander of Combined Joint Task Force 101, for their involvement and outstanding support while being engaged by the enemy. Two army soldiers sustained injuries by a suicide car bomber.
  Schloesser also handed out coins recognizing excellence in the performance of duties to 139th SFS members Staff Sgts. Jonathan Beaver, Adam Herring, Daniel Salcedo and Seth Mackey.