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Congratulations to US Navy Lt. Joe Cardona on his selection for the National Football League (NFL) Salute to Service Award presented by USAA for his unwavering commitment to service both on and off the field. Cardona, a proud graduate from United States Naval Academy, exemplifies the Navy values of honor, courage, and commitment. His contributions as a Naval Officer and a New England Patriots long snapper demonstrate his remarkable commitment to excellence and to service. We salute you, Lt. Cardona, for your inspiring dedication #AmericasNavy For more on Lt. Cardona, join us for a LIVE Interview on US Navy Instagram at 6PM EST #SaluteToService #USNavy #NFL📸 Courtesy of the New England Patriots photographer David Silverman📸 By Mass Communication Specialist First Class Raymond Minami

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Jeffrey Richards, CSP

Senior Director, EHS Alnylam Pharmaceuticals

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Michael Fowler

Content Operations Specialist at SmarterTravel / Digital Engagement Manager at Eastside Motoring / Co-Founder at House of Fowler

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Go Navy and Go Pats!

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David Soto

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Congratulations

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Joe Zacharzuk

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Congrats!!! (USNA ‘76)

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Ryan caves

Chief Warrant Officer 7131 Surface Engineering. PCU John F. Kennedy CVN-79 Weapons Elevator Engineer

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Got to meet Joe some years back when he came up to Bath ME and spent two weeks with us on board the ZUMWALT. Inspiring leader.

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Awesome

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Congratulations!

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Mike Augustine

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So if someone gets a Naval Academy education do they get out of their active duty payback to play professional sports? Or can anyone decide to go into the Reserves as a payback after graduating from the Academy? US Navy

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