Four Freedom Salutes were held at armories around the state in September. The campaign is designed to recognize a Soldier's services, as well as the support of family members, friends, veterans and employers.
Spc. William Clavell, C Company, 1st Battalion, 114th Infantry, Burlington, pins his wife, Luz, with the Freedom Salute pin that recognizes his wife's support when the unit was deployed to the Sinai. Photo by Sgt. 1st Class David Moore.
Staff Sgt. James Curran, a squad leader in Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 114 Infantry, and his wife, Agatha, participate in the lapel pinning ceremony at the Mt. Holly armory on Sept. 17. Photo by Maj. Carl Palmer.
Spc. Edward Molina,
Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 5th Squadron, 117th
Cavalry, Vineland, pins his wife, Lisa with the spouse Freedom Salute pin on August 26. Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kryn Westhoven.
Lt. Col. James Rosenberg, left back, 5th Troop, 117th Cavalry commander watches as Spec. Ruffin Kairo pins his son Zarie during at Freedom Salute ceremony at the West Orange armory. Photo by Spc. Nick Young.