America and her allies work hard to develop strong bonds between each other. Three U.S. Marines; Lance Cpl. Colton Allen, Lance Cpl. Christopher Butemeyer, and Lance Cpl. Aiden Morey, helped accomplish the goal of earning trust with the Estonian people, when they saved an Estonian man’s life. These Marines were decorated with the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, signed by Vice Adm. Thomas Ishee, commander, U.S. Sixth Fleet, and presented by Col. Ryan Hoyle, commanding officer, Task Force 61/2, on the 15th of May 2023.
“These Marines were out on liberty, and identified a threat or a situation that needed some Marines to respond to it. They were there and responded appropriately. They did good work and I’m proud of each of the Marines for their actions.” Col. Ryan Hoyle, commanding officer, Task Force 61/2
The Marines’ actions were justly awarded after going above and beyond to save a life. They will now continue their mission in strengthening…
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