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Marine Corps Cadet Staff Sgt. Quaeshawn Fields of Whale Branch Early College High School with Sr. Military Instructor Maj. Marvin Goodwin, left, and Col. Harold Mills. Submitted photo.

Sons of American revolution honor JROTC

From staff reports

Beaufort’s Gov. Paul Hamilton Chapter Military Awards Chairman, Col. Harold Mills, USAF Ret. completed presentations of the 2022 SAR JROTC Award in April and May.

The Chapter supports seven schools in three Lowcountry counties – Beaufort, Colleton and Hampton.

Marine Corps Cadet 1st Lt. Gatlin Rossi of Battery Creek High School. Submitted photo.

Beaufort County recent recipients were Marine Corps Cadet Staff Sgt. Quaeshawn Fields of Whale Branch Early College High School; Marine Corps Cadet 1st Lt. Gatlin Rossi of Battery Creek High School and Air Force Cadet Airman 1st Class Ian Szczepek of Beaufort High School (no photo available). The Colleton High School recipient was Navy Cadet Seaman Apprentice Layla Bodison; and Hampton County recipients were Estill High School Army Cadet Lt. Col. Kenya A. Figueroa and Wade Hampton High School Navy Cadet Lt. Leonardo Morris.

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