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Alaska USA Honors Alaska’s Military with 23rd Annual Appreciation Breakfast


Alaska USA's Military Appreciation Breakfast attendees included armed forces members receiving of the Service Person of the Year honors.

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Anchorage, Alaska – Alaska USA honored more than 60 members of Alaska’s armed forces, including 12 recipients of the Service Person of the Year award, at Alaska USA’s 23rd annual Military Appreciation Breakfast in Anchorage.
The Service Person of the Year honorees are nominated by their supervisors and then undergo a panel interview. These exceptional enlisted service members, representing each of the Active Duty branches of the Guard and Reserve, were recognized and awarded for their outstanding achievements.
Guests included the command teams of the 12 honorees, as well as representatives from Senator Murkowski, Senator Sullivan, and Congressman Young’s offices. Alaska USA President and CEO Geoff Lundfelt, along with other Alaska USA officials and members of Alaska USA senior management team were also in attendance.
“Alaska USA owes its existence to the military and its civil service force, who sought financial services in pre-statehood Alaska,” said Geoff Lundfelt, President, Alaska USA. “The Military Appreciation Breakfast is a small token of our appreciation for what they did, and continue to do for Alaska USA and the country as a whole.”
The Military Breakfast takes place in conjunction with the Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) annual Salute to the Military event.
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