June 20, 2012

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Eric Hortin

Maj. Gen. Jennifer Napper, commanding general, U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (left), prepares to award the Bronze Order of Mercury to Capt. Danny Thebeau II and 1st Sgt. Jimmie Sanders, Jr. Friday, during the Fort Huachuca Signal Ball at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre. From left, their wives, Nikki Thebeau and Debbi Sanders, wait for their husbands to be recognized. The Bronze Order of Mercury recognizes people who have demonstrated the highest standards of integrity, moral character, professional competence and selflessness, and who have contributed significantly to the promotion of the Army Signal Corps and the Signal Corps Regimental Association.




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