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SGT Daniel Acree

Sgt. Daniel Acree completes the Night/Day Land Navigation event at the 2010 Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition at Fort McCoy, Wis. on Tuesday, July 27, 2010.  Acree, representing the 99th Regional Support Command, is a native of Sonora, Calif.

Sgt. Daniel Acree completes the Night/Day Land Navigation event at the 2010 Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition at Fort McCoy, Wis. on Tuesday, July 27, 2010. Acree, representing the 99th Regional Support Command, is a native of Sonora, Calif.

Sergeant Acree serves as a Tactical Multimiedia Specialist with the 368th Military Intelligence Battalion and has served in the Army Reservefor almost two years. At Ft. Hood, Texas, Sergeant Acree was selected as Division BOSS representative. He was deployed to Tikrit, Iraq one month after hsi 19th birthday, based at Camp Iron Horse from July 2003 to April 2004.

A native of Santa Monica, California, SGT Acree is a fourth generation Army Soldier and is currently pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice from Merritt College.

View the photos and videos of SGT Acree on the Army Reserve Flickr Page.

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2 Responses to “SGT Daniel Acree”

  1. SGT Dale Hillemann said

    SGT. Acree,

    You’re doing a great job. We’re proud of you. Keep it up ! Our prayers are with you. Other wise I hope you’re doing fine.
    God bless.SGT Hillemann

  2. Robert Crawford said

    Hey whats up Danny, havent talked with you since Ft Hood, hope that you are doing well,,,, get ahold of me sometime

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