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This year, 14 warriors will join President Bush on the three-day ride at Prairie Chapel Ranch in Crawford, Texas next week. They include:
- Major James C. Anderson, Jr., USA, from San Antonio, TX
- Sergeant First Class Manuel A. Colón, USA from Orlando, FL
- Sergeant First Class Thomas W. Costello, USA, from Shelby, NC
- Staff Sergeant Matthew P. DeWitt, USA, Ret. from Weare, NH
- First Sergeant Robert A. Ferrara, USA, Ret. from San Antonio, TX
- Major John Dana Greer, USA, Ret., from Savannah, GA
- Lieutenant Colonel David Johnson, USA
- Staff Sergeant Joshua M. Krueger, USMC, Ret. from Hubertus, WI
- Staff Sergeant Michael D. Morabito, USA, Ret., from Converse, TX
- Staff Sergeant Jeffrey R. Palenske, USA from Chicago, IL
- Master Sergeant Roque Rodriguez-Urena, USAF Ret., from Charleston, SC
- Staff Sergeant Omar R. Romney, USA, Ret., from Clarksville, TN
- Specialist José E. Santiago, USA from Centennial, CO
- Major Kent G. Solheim, USA from Raeford, NC;
As next week’s ride approaches, stay tuned to the blog for more updates.
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