Saluting Service

"If Not Me, Then Who..."

On April 29, 2007, Travis Manion was killed by an enemy sniper while saving his wounded teammates. Today, Travis Manion Foundation (TMF) exists to carry on the legacy of character, service and leadership embodied by Travis and all those who have served and continue to serve our nation.

Travis' words before leaving for his final deployment to Iraq "If Not Me, Then Who..." are a constant reminder for all of us to live with character and put other people's interests before our own.

With "Saluting Service," the Entercom San Diego stations celebrate the men and women of our military who inspire us with their service, dedication and character.

 

Saluting Service - Mike Plue, US Marine ret.

"Even though you've taken off the uniform, the mission continues, the ability to serve." - Mike Plue "Saluting Service" and the Travis Manion Foundation would like to offer their thanks and congratulations to Mike Plue, US Marine ret. for his dedication and service!
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Saluting Service - Amanda Etter, USMC Veteran

The Travis Manion Foundation and "Saluting Service" are pleased to honor United States Marine Corps Veteran Amanda Etter for her service and dedication!
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Saluting Service - Major Alex Elizade, USMC

The Travis Manion Foundation and "Saluting Service" recognize Marine Major Alex Elizade for his dedication and service.
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Saluting Service - Syndy Shelton, USMC Master Sergeant, Ret.

"Saluting Service" and Travis Manion Foundation recognizes retired USMC Master Sergeant, Syndy Shelton for her service and dedication.
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