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2 Green Berets Get Silver Star, 12 Get Bronze With ‘V’

STUTTGART, Germany -- Two U.S Army Green Berets were recognized with Silver Stars during a recent ceremony in Stuttgart, where 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group troops were honored for heroic actions on the battlefield in Afghanistan. During the ceremony at Patch Barracks, which included a special videotaped message from the commander of the Afghanistan mission, Gen. David Petraeus, 12 other servicemembers received Bronze Stars with the “V” device for valor. Two additional Soldiers received the Army more


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