U.S. Military Workers Sgt. (retired) David Scott, veteran of the Military Nationwide Guard and veteran of the US Navy Reserve, visited the New York State Equal Rights Heritage Heart in Auburn on Veterans Day to commemorate the tenth anniversary of Operation New Daybreak, the consolidation, liquidation and conclusion of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Along with contributing as a founding sponsor of the U.S. Military’s first-ever mixed museum, Scott is a twice embellished fight veteran of each the worldwide struggle on terror in addition to Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Daybreak. Throughout 13 years of Nationwide Guard obligation, Scott insisted on volunteering and subsequently deploying twice abroad within the midst of the essential years of the struggle on terror.
The Auburn resident is a second-generation fight veteran and second era, fifth-and-final part, U.S. Military. When Workers Sgt. Scott’s 13 years of expertise are added to these of his late father, Command Sgt. Maj. Madison Scott, his household has a mixed complete of 54 years of service to all 5 of the parts of the Military (Military, Military Reserve, Military civilian, Military Nationwide Guard, Military retired).
Scott, a local of Columbus, Ohio, was awarded the Armed Forces Reserve Medal with hourglass and “M” gadget, the World Conflict on Terrorism Service Medal, the World Conflict on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, the Iraqi Marketing campaign Medal with one marketing campaign star for Operation New Daybreak, the Nationwide Protection Service Medal, the Military Reserve Parts Achievement Medal, the Military Good Conduct Medal, the Military Achievement Medal and the Military Commendation Medal throughout his tour of obligation within the Military Nationwide Guard.