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Posted by: thepinetree on 05/22/2021 09:45 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 05/22/2021 09:45 AM
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Tuolumne Sheriff's Deputies Participate in Stop the Bleed Drills

Sonora, CA...On May 20th In honor of #NationalStopTheBleedDay, members of our patrol division participated in a scenario-based training to hone in our life saving first aid skills. Stop The Bleed, a national public awareness program launched in 2015, set out to teach everyday people how to effectively care for others during tragedy to increase the likelihood of victim survival.





Learn more by visiting
https://www.stopthebleed.org/

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Thank You Col. Ralph Puckett Jr for your bravery serving your country
Posted on: 2021-05-22 09:59:48   By: Anonymous
 

Five time, draft dodging coward, President Joe Biden awarded his first Medal of Honor on Friday to a 94-year-old retired Army colonel for bravery under enemy fire more than a half-century ago in the Korean War.
Retired 94 year old Col. Ralph Puckett Jr. asked " Why all the fuss?" and had asked just mail it to me ( obviously not wanting to be award such an honor by a Five Time Draft Dodging Coward like Biden is)
President Cowardly said trying to act like he didn't fall three times just walking up on air force one "Rather than mail it to you, I would’ve walked it to you,”
"Unlike Biden who hid behind women, as he urinated in his panties thinking about serving his country, in November 1950, Puckett as first lieutenant helped the 8th U.S. Army Ranger Company to secure a strategically important hill near Unsan. They faced mortar, machine gun and small arms fire.

Puckett sprinted across the open area to draw fire so that Rangers could find and destroy enemy positions. Two mortar rounds later landed in his foxhole during the fighting and seriously wounded him. He ordered his men to leave him behind and depart the hill, but they refused.

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