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i3 Global and the Veterans that support us!

November 11, 2016 4:42 am Published by Leave your thoughts

What it means to be a Veteran varies as much as our stories. The one thing that does not vary is the Honor, Integrity, Respect, Bravery, Love of Country and the Love of our brothers and sisters in arms all Veterans have.

It is a time to remember our stories and share them with fellow Veterans and our families. It is also a time where many of us remember our fallen brothers and sisters. To remember the good and bad times of our tours. To take stalk of the things we are grateful for and the sacrifices we were willing to do for our country.

Veterans Day officially started off as Armistice Day when the Great War also known as World War I came to an end with a temporary cessation of hostilities. The cessation went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. For that reason, November 11, 1918, is regarded as the end of the “war to end all wars.” Armistice day was to honor the Veterans of World War I. On May 13, 1938, An Act (52 Stat. 351; 5 U.S. Code, Sec 87a) made November 11 a legal holiday. It was not until June 1, 1954 after World War II and the Korean War that Congress amended the Act of 1938 by striking out “Armistice” and inserting “Veterans” that all Veterans no matter what war or conflict they served in are honored.

i3 Global wants to recognize all Veterans and their sacrifices for their love of country. The following are i3 Global’s Veterans and we wanted to extend an additional Thank You to them.

Allan Ackerson (Helpdesk)
United States Marine Corp
Corporal
1994-1998
Satellite Communications -7th Comm Battalion, Okinawa Japan
Police Sargent & Classified Files Clerk- Headquarters, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina

Derek Andrews (Helpdesk)
United States Navy
Boatswains Mate Seaman
1988-1992
USS Sylvania
Department maintained and operated transfer at sea rigging

Larry Armstrong (Computer Systems Analyst)
United States Air Force
1969-1976
Operations and Programing
Worked on the team that wrote the Air Force Military Personnel System.
Texas- Randolph Air Force Base

Byron Gessel (Software Engineer)
United States Army
Staff Sergeant
1975-1979 Active Duty
Utah National Guard (Supply Sergeant)
Washington Army Reserve (Supply Sergeant)
Active duty Helicopter Repairman on MOS 67V Bell OH-58 Kiowa

Don Hollenback (Helpdesk)
United States Navy
Data Processing Tech 2
1972-1976
NAF Sigonella, Italy
Supply Department

Jessica Holloway (Vice President of Staffing)
United States Air Force
Staff Sergeant
2002-2009
Crew Chief F-16
Texas- Lackland Air Force Base, Wichita Falls AFB
Arizona- Luke AFB
New Mexico- Cannon AFB
S. Korea- Kunsan Air Base
Utah- Hill AFB
S. Korea- Kunsan AB
Turkey- Incirlik AB
TDY Nevada- Nellis AFB
Deployment Iraq- Camp Anaconda/Balad AB

Timothy Joseph (Software Engineer)
United State Air Force
Staff Sergeant
2005-2013
3C0x2 Computer Programmer

Dale Wilson (Software Engineer)
United States Navy
Lieutenant Commander
Aviation Maintenance Duty Officer
Combat deployments:
1986- Libya- USS Coral Sea (CV-43)
1988- Persian Gulf/Iran Conflict – USS Enterprise (CVN-65)
1990-1991- First Gulf War – West Coast A-6E Medium Attack Wing Maintenance Officer.

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