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Red Cross volunteers: 400 years worth of service

45th Space Wing Commander Brig. Gen. Edward L. Bolton Jr. (center), 45th Medical Group Commander Col. Florence Valley (sixth from right) and CEO of the Space Coast Chapter of the American Red Cross Keith Gee (in suit) congratulate the winners of the Presidential Award for Red Cross Volunteers at the annual Red Cross Luncheon April 2. Each of the winners has contributed more than 25 years and 5,000 hours of volunteer service.

“When I think of leaders, I list the 45th Space Wing volunteers among the best," said Colonel Valley. "Our volunteers exemplify the values upon which our country’s future depends – the quiet force President Obama spoke about during his inauguration. They give of themselves and the lives they touch are made richer for the experience.” (U.S. Air Force photo/John Connell)

45th Space Wing Commander Brig. Gen. Edward L. Bolton Jr. (center), 45th Medical Group Commander Col. Florence Valley (sixth from right) and CEO of the Space Coast Chapter of the American Red Cross Keith Gee (in suit) congratulate the winners of the Presidential Award for Red Cross Volunteers at the annual Red Cross Luncheon April 2. Each of the winners has contributed more than 25 years and 5,000 hours of volunteer service. “When I think of leaders, I list the 45th Space Wing volunteers among the best," said Colonel Valley. "Our volunteers exemplify the values upon which our country’s future depends – the quiet force President Obama spoke about during his inauguration. They give of themselves and the lives they touch are made richer for the experience.” (U.S. Air Force photo/John Connell)