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American Ring Honoring Our Veteran's
November 10, 2017

Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote ‘Whatever you do, you need courage’. This couldn’t be more true for those that enlisted into the military to serve their country and protect the most basic, fundamental notion for Americans—freedom.
November 11th is Veteran’s Day—a chance to appreciate and be grateful to and for anyone that mounted their courage and fought for our rights. We get to honor those fallen, those that continue to serve and those that have served our country. American Ring, Ring Masters and ASG are all very proud to have veterans in our family who fought hard so we may have a chance to pursue our ambitions and dreams.
To our veterans, from all of us—Thank you for the bravery and courage you showed to protect us, fight for us and serve us. Our unmeasurable gratitude will never forget the sacrifices you have made for us.

 Johnny Robinson

American Ring (OH)
US Navy

 Pat Zimmerman

Ring Masters (OH)

1969- 1973 Active duty--- 1974 – 1996 Reserve Duty.

Enlisted on June 9, 1969 in the U.S. Navy.
Went to Boot camp at Great Lakes, IL.

Attended Parachute Rigging School at Lakehurst NJ,
 then spent the rest of my Active Duty time
at North Island Naval Air Station in San Diego CA.

After Active duty I served in
 the Naval Air Reserves in Colum-bus OH for 22 ½ Years
 holding the title of Command Chief for a two year period.

 I retired from the service in June 1996.
Spent two weeks Summer training at NAS Oceana
 in Virginia Beach, VA, Brunswick, Maine,

Two cruise aboard the USS Enterprise CVN-65, NAS Atlanta GA,
and Marine Air Station Cheery Point NC.

Tom Wonnacott
American Ring (OH)
US Navy 1985-1989
 Stationed on USS John F. Kennedy CV-67 out of Nor-folk, VA

Anthony Lee
Ring Masters (OH) US Army

101st Airborne Division
Served in Desert Shield and Desert Storm


Darrell Henderson 
American Ring (OH)

Army 1988-1994 

 Corporal Brendon Lafferty 

American Ring (WI)
United States Marine Corps
Recruit Training: Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, CA
Duty Stations: Camp Kinser, Okinawa & Camp Lejeune, NC Military Occupational Specialty (MOS): 5811 Military Policy