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A Gold Clasp for our Major Hynes!

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Oct 3, 2019 7:20:00 PM

orig_news1276780_1282332The cafeteria crowd was treated to a special award ceremony for Major Hynes on Tuesday night! 

Commander P.J. Antonew, the Commanding Officer for the Atlantic Region, presented Major Hynes with his third gold clasp to honour his 42 years of military service. Major Hynes received a good conduct medal after his first twelve years of service, and then he has earned a gold clasp for every 10 years of service thereafter.

This one is unique as it is also engraved with his name for a more personal touch. Congratulations, Major Hynes

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