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Thank You To All That Served!

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CrossFit TNT wants to give many thanks to all of those who have served in the U.S. military. We are honored to workout with some of those Veterans each day.

“While only one day of the year is dedicated solely to honoring our veterans, Americans must never forget the sacrifices that many of our fellow countrymen have made to defend our country and protect our freedoms.”

Deb Owens- U.S. Army
“I served in the active duty Army for 20 years as a truck driver and recruiter.
Duty stations: Germany, Korea, Honduras, Ft. Stewart Ga., Ft. Campbell Ky, Ft Devens Ma., Nashville Tn and Dover Foxcroft, Maine.
After retiring I continued serving as a contractor for just under a year.”

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Josh Huck- Intelligence Specialist in the Navy from 2001-2005

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Trevor Knecht- U.S. Navy
“I joined the navy in March on 2002. After boot camp in Great Lakes, IL I was selected to be a member of the Navy ceremonial guard in Washington D.C. while there I participated in official navy ceremonies, including the 60th anniversary of the battle of midway. But i mostly was there to participate in the burial of far too many sailors at Arlington.
After D.C. I went to Pensacola, FL for my career specific training in the field of aviation structural and hydraulics repair. When i competed my training I was sent to Whidbey Island, WA where I worked on the EA6-B "Prowler" for the next four years. The prowler is am electronic counter attack aircraft, basically it makes wireless electronics not work. Everything from cell phones to gps, to a remote controlled toy car, or in our case, remote controlled ied's.
While working on the prowler i went on two cruises, which included hitting ports in Hawaii, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, and Dubai.
After active duty i spent three years in the reserves in Maine and eventually Washington DC. While in Maine i worked on the C-130 aircraft, which is a cargo plane used for transporting troops and equipment. And when the base in Maine closed i worked on the prowler again in DC.”

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Nick Willard-
I joined the Army August 2nd 2001 and went to Basic and Mechanic School at Ft. Jackson, SC. I then left there in 2002 and was stationed at Ft. Hood, TX where I was apart of the 664th Ordnance Company, 553rd CSB, 64th CSB, 13th COSCOM. Later that year were were given orders to go to Iraq at the beginning of '03. We arrived in Kuwait March 16th 2003, and crossed the border at the start of the war in support of the war effort. My company issued ammunition to all branches in the country. We were split up in 5 different camps across Iraq. I was Headquartered right outside Tikrit in a camp know as FOB Spiecher. I returned to Texas in March of '04 and got out of the Army January of '06.

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Nathan Sanders-
ROTC at Texas A&M University. Serves in the Reserve as a 1LT with the 325th Combat Support Hospital on the Unit Ministry Team.

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Joe Perry- U.S. Navy

Mike Burkart-
US Army Field Artillery officer and served active duty from 1985 - 1989, then Army reserves from 1990 - 1991.

Mike Hetzler- U.S. Army

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