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NY Air National Guardsman posthumously awarded the Bronze Star with Valor

105th Airlift Wing Chaplain, Lt Col Robert Tilli gives the opening prayer at a ceremony recognizing New York Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Todd "T.J." Lobraico, a member of the 105AW who was killed in action in Afghanistan in Sept. 5, 2013. Lt Col Linda Rohatsch and Master Sgt. Todd Lobriaco, "T.J."s parents both ot whom are members of the 105AW, accepted the posthumous award of the Bronze Star Medal with Valor, on his behalf at a ceremony presided over by Col Timothy J. LaBarge, commander 105AW at Stewart Air National Guard Base on Saturday, April 11, 2015.(U.S. Air National Guard Photo by SSgt Michael OHalloran/Released)

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