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In Our Thoughts: Lt. Col. Richard A. Anderson

Lt. Col. Richard A. Anderson Marine commander 1st Marine Expeditionary Force stationed in Kuwait Background: He graduated from Moorhead Senior High School in 1978. From there he attended the University of Minnesota, then went on to the Los Angele...

Lt. Col. Richard A. Anderson

Marine commander

1st Marine Expeditionary Force

stationed in Kuwait

Background: He graduated from Moorhead Senior High School in 1978. From there he attended the University of Minnesota, then went on to the Los Angeles Police Academy, the FBI Academy in Virginia, and then to War College in Newport, R.I.

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"We are very proud of him because we know that he is doing what he loves and what he is trained to do. He has been a proud Marine for almost 25 years. He believes in his country and he is proud to serve to protect it. "

Submitted by: Kirsten Kvalsten, Durbin, N.D. (niece), and Sharon Anderson, Fargo (mother)

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