Naval Hospital Beaufort Chief Hospital Corpsman Troy Murphy, right, receives the Bronze Star from Capt. Alan Siewertsen during the morning colors ceremony at the Naval Hospital Beaufort Friday morning.  Murphy received the Bronze Star for his service in Afghanistan from August 2008 to July 2009. The Bronze Star is the nation’s fourth highest military decoration.
Naval Hospital Beaufort Chief Hospital Corpsman Troy Murphy, right, receives the Bronze Star from Capt. Alan Siewertsen during the morning colors ceremony at the Naval Hospital Beaufort Friday morning. Murphy received the Bronze Star for his service in Afghanistan from August 2008 to July 2009. The Bronze Star is the nation’s fourth highest military decoration.
Naval Hospital Beaufort Chief Hospital Corpsman Troy Murphy, right, receives the Bronze Star from Capt. Alan Siewertsen during the morning colors ceremony at the Naval Hospital Beaufort Friday morning. Murphy received the Bronze Star for his service in Afghanistan from August 2008 to July 2009. The Bronze Star is the nation’s fourth highest military decoration.

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