Why I Serve
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In this edition of Why I Serve, featuring Wounded Warrior Project, the Recorder sat down with St. Augustine resident Mario Caycedo, a Marine Corps veteran who served in Kuwait and Iraq. He recently graduated from the MBA program at the University of Florida and is soon to launch his own business venture. more
In this edition of Why I Serve, featuring Wounded Warrior Project, the Recorder sat down with Nocatee resident Josh Wathen, an Army veteran who served as a military police officer in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kyrgyzstan. Wathen was hit by an improvised explosive device (IED) twice while on patrols in Iraq. He currently is in graduate school at University of North Florida (UNF) and is a grad manager with the men’s basketball team. more
In this edition of Why I Serve, featuring Wounded Warrior Project, the Recorder sat down with Nocatee resident Josh Wathen, an Army veteran who served as a military police officer in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kyrgyzstan. Wathen was hit by an improvised explosive device (IED) twice while on patrols in Iraq. He currently is in graduate school at University of North Florida (UNF) and is a grad manager with the men’s basketball team. more
In this edition of Why I Serve, featuring Wounded Warrior Project, the Recorder sat down with St. Augustine resident Charlamain Caycedo, a Navy veteran of four years who served in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and the Persian Gulf. more
In this edition of Why I Serve, featuring Wounded Warrior Project, the Recorder sat down with Ed Waller, a retired captain who spent 25 years in the Navy. Waller was a P-3 Orion pilot who, among several other experiences and responsibilities, tracked Soviet submarines during the Cold War. more
In this edition of Why I Serve, featuring Wounded Warrior Project, the Recorder sat down with Chet Kevin Crowell, a retired sergeant first class who served as a parachuter in the Army in Panama and Iraq. Crowell received his service dog from K9s For Warriors in 2012. more
In this edition of Why I Serve, featuring Wounded Warrior Project, the Recorder sat down with Honor Andruzzi, a Navy veteran and St. Augustine resident who served from 1996 to 2005, specializing in field medical services and physical therapy. more
In this edition of Why I Serve, featuring Wounded Warrior Project, Dan Nevins, a retired staff sergeant from the United States Army, sat down with the Recorder. Nevins enlisted in 1991 before retiring in 2006. He was deployed in Operation Iraqi Freedom while serving in the California National Guard. more
In this edition of Why I Serve, featuring Wounded Warrior Project, the Recorder sat down with Iraq War veteran Adam Bagby, who discussed his time serving in the U.S. Army as a military police officer, why he chose to enlist in the army and more. Bagby, who now teaches world history at St. Augustine High School, served from 2001 to 2009. His first day of Advanced Individual Training was on the morning of the Sept. 11 terror attacks. more
On the latest edition of Why I Serve, featuring Wounded Warrior Project, the Recorder sat down with Bill Filipsic to discuss his time in the U.S. Navy, why he joined, his most memorable experiences, what his position entailed and more. A full version of this interview is available online at www.pontevedrarecorder.com. more
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