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  • Marine awarded highest non-combat decoration for heroism in the Marine Corps

    Gunnery Sergeant Geann Pereira was awarded the highest non-combat decoration for heroism in the Marine Corps for rescuing people from a crashed helicopter in Kabul, Afghanistan. Pereira climbed into the helicopter and pulled people from the wreckage, saving lives.

Gunnery Sergeant Geann Pereira was awarded the highest non-combat decoration for heroism in the Marine Corps for rescuing people from a crashed helicopter in Kabul, Afghanistan. Pereira climbed into the helicopter and pulled people from the wreckage, saving lives. Shannon Kaestle skaestle@miamiherald.com
Gunnery Sergeant Geann Pereira was awarded the highest non-combat decoration for heroism in the Marine Corps for rescuing people from a crashed helicopter in Kabul, Afghanistan. Pereira climbed into the helicopter and pulled people from the wreckage, saving lives. Shannon Kaestle skaestle@miamiherald.com

Hero gunnery sergeant: ‘That’s what Marines do’

June 23, 2016 5:53 PM