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MoH Recipient Named SpecOps GI of Year

The father of the nation's most recent Medal of Honor recipient accepted an award honoring his son recently at Fort Bragg. Philip Miller of Oviedo, Fla., accepted the Col. Aaron Bank Soldier of the Year Award from the Association of Special Operations Professionals on behalf of his son, Staff Sgt. Robbie Miller, who died almost three years ago in Afghanistan. "We're always very grateful and appreciative for any time a ceremony or event like this is recognizing service for any of our Soldiers, in this... more


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