Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. wished the men and women of the Virgin Islands National Guard’s 661st Military Police Detachment a safe journey as they headed to the Middle East for a 12-month deployment.
A Yellow Ribbon Ceremony took place on St. Thomas on Monday, and troops on St. Croix will have a “Yellow Ribbon Ceremony” at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, at the Joint Force Headquarters in Estate Bethlehem.
“As Commander in Chief, I ask only one thing – that you continue to do your duty with pride and make this territory proud,” Bryan said in a message to the soldiers headed out.
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