Five Air National Guard women were honored at the House of Blues in Los Angeles on Aug. 10, 2009. The women were recognized as "unsung hometown heroes" as part of the "America's Search for Hometown Heroes" program co-sponsored by country music singer Laura Bryna and Southern Beauty Magazine. (Photo by Master Sgt. Shaun Withers, Air National Guard Readiness Center)
Air Guard women honored for their service
By Air Force Master Sgt. Mike R. Smith
National Guard Bureau
ARLINGTON, Va. (8/11/09) – It may have taken place at the “House of Blues” in Los Angeles, but no one was feeling down last night as five Air National Guard women were honored for their service.
The women were recognized as “unsung hometown heroes” as part of a “America’s Search for Hometown Heroes” program, according to a online blog post by Air Guard recruiting spokesperson and country musician Laura Bryna.
Bryna performed the song “Hometown Heroes” at the private event and co-sponsored the event as a salute to the women along with Southern Beauty Magazine.
The honorees attending the show were: Maj. Becky Roman-Amabor from Ohio; Capt. Terri Prosperie from Georgia; Tech. Sgt. Martha Roman from Georgia; Staff Sgt. Nicolette Sebastian from Arizona; and Airman 1st Class Nicole Young from Arizona....
To read more on this very cool story, go here.