";s:4:"text";s:3282:" On Saturday, MacAiden, now nearly 15 years old, accepted his father’s Distinguished Service Cross during the ceremony at JBER.Marr met Gallegos at a party when she was a college student in Arizona. Justin Gallegos, killed in October 2009 at the Battle of Kamdesh, will be awarded the Distinguished Service Cross on Dec. 15, a spokesman for U.S. Army Alaska confirmed to Army … A lower passing score won’t help anyone.Far better to honor those who while serving modeled virtues that can inspire current and future soldiers.Naming Army posts after very senior officers suggests a correlation between rank and military merit. Justin T. Gallegos.
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“He is worthy of this distinction, and we are indebted to this Arizonan hero for his striking courage and sacrifice.”“For almost a decade, the men who fought shoulder-to-shoulder with Staff Sgt. Posthumously promoted to Staff Sgt. By the time he deployed to Afghanistan in 2009, he had already received two Purple Hearts from previous tours in Iraq.Although he could have reached the latrines if he had wanted to, Gallegos turned around and ran back through the enemy fire, picked up Mace and began carrying him to the latrines.When he was almost to safety, he turned around to see his fellow soldier, Spc.
He was one of eight soldiers killed in a single massive attack. (Army) “My kids didn’t need Soldier Mom anymore, they just needed Mom.”The Distinguished Service Cross is the military’s second-highest award for valor, behind the Medal of Honor.Gallegos' son MacAiden was 5 years old when his father died.