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Cpl. Nathan Bryson (right), a Marine Corps veteran who most recently served as a motor transport operator for Headquarters and Support Battalion, School of Infantry East, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, stands at attention across Col. Ricardo Player (center), the Force Headquarters Group chief of staff, Marine Forces Reserve, while Sgt. Maj. William Grigsby (left), the sergeant major of FHG, MARFORRES, reads off a citation for Bryson’s Navy and Marine Corps Medal ceremony in Brook Park, Ohio, April 13, 2017. In 2014, Bryson and a fellow Marine aided in saving a man from a burning vehicle, risking his life in doing so. The Navy and Marine Corps Medal is awarded for acts of heroism despite personal risk and is the highest honor one can achieve for non-combat service. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Dallas Johnson/Released)
170417-M-WQ182-951.JPG Photo By: Cpl. Dallas Johnson

Apr 18, 2017
OH, UNITED STATES - Cpl. Nathan Bryson (right), a Marine Corps veteran who most recently served as a motor transport operator for Headquarters and Support Battalion, School of Infantry East, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, stands at attention across Col. Ricardo Player (center), the Force Headquarters Group chief of staff, Marine Forces Reserve, while Sgt. Maj. William Grigsby (left), the sergeant major of FHG, MARFORRES, reads off a citation for Bryson’s Navy and Marine Corps Medal ceremony in Brook Park, Ohio, April 13, 2017. In 2014, Bryson and a fellow Marine aided in saving a man from a burning vehicle, risking his life in doing so. The Navy and Marine Corps Medal is awarded for acts of heroism despite personal risk and is the highest honor one can achieve for non-combat service. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Dallas Johnson/Released)


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