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T h e P o r t a l s o f E P A C H A F o u n d a t i o n – P h a s e I I a r e O p e n :
Do you enjoy reading about
'Comic Book Heroes'?
Courtesy, Staff Sgt. Jerrod Sullivan, U.S. Army Special Operations Command
Here's a real-life Hero:
Sgt. Maj. Thomas P. Payne
Courtesy, U.S. Army - Sgt. Maj. Thomas P. Payne: Master Valor - Military.com
Must See Video:
Note: The following video contains
comic illustrations by Staff Sgt. Jerrod Sullivan,
U.S. Army Special Operations Command
Video Courtesy, The U.S. Army
There certainly are many heroes in a
child's life - e.g., Dads & Moms, teachers; fire fighters and
bona fide police officers;
sports figures and even
leaders - all striving
to set good examples
for children to follow.
Let's not forget our
"Heroes on Battlefields"
near and far! The bravery of
"heroic battlefield warriors" should
be highly valued & greatly appreciated.
- EPACHA Foundation -
"Read and Learn" more on the following web pages:
Honoring & Remembering
Master Sgt. Joshua L. Wheeler
“We commend and congratulate the brave individuals who participated in this successful operation that saved many lives, and we deeply mourn the loss of one of our own who died while supporting his Iraqi comrades engaged in a tough fight, . . .”
Above Quote Courtesy, Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III
Master Sgt. Joshua L. Wheeler was also a citizen of
the Cherokee Nation and was posthumously
awarded the Medal of Patriotism by
the Cherokee Nation in July 2016.
Learn more about Master Sgt. Joshua L. Wheeler
on the following web page:
Sincerest thanks to
"Military Heroes" at
Home in the USA
and . . .
Heroes on battlefields
Around the World!"
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