Bruce McQuain from QandO joined us once again for Someone You Should Know, our weekly tribute to the troops. Bruce is a veteran of the Vietnam war and spent 28 years in the U.S. Army. He brings a perspective and understanding to these stories that we could never match.
Tonight Bruce used a lengthy article by Jeff Emanual titled "The Longest Morning" as the basis for telling us the story of SGT Christopher Hamel Corriveau and SGT Eric Alan Moser,
"On May 22nd, 2008 in a ceremony at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, home of the 82nd Airborne Division, President George Bush pinned the Distinguished Service Cross, the nation’s second highest award for bravery, on now SGT Christopher Hamel Corriveau and SGT Eric Alan Moser for conspicuous valor in the face of overwhelming odds, above and beyond the call of duty. Thanks to the strength, courage, discipline, and unwillingness of Chris Corriveau and Eric Moser to give up in the face of seemingly impossible odds, it was the Islamic State of I