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A “perfectionist” is how Kathy Santiago, mother of this week’s, Warrior of the Week describes senior airman Kaitlyn Powell.

Born in Red Bank, the 2009 Middletown North High School graduate joined the Air Force when she was just 17 years old

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An “outstanding” person, is how Ashley Savastano, wife of this week’s Warrior of the Week describes Sgt. Dan Savastano.

You might recognize the Wall High School graduate’s name for being an all-division linebacker in 2007-2008

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Calling all patriotic fishermen!

On June 13-14 the River Rock Restaurant, Marina Bar and the Crystal Point Marina will host the Warriors for Warriors Charity Shark Tournament. The veteran-operated event will help suffering veterans who are experiencing post traumatic stress disorder

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Warrior of the Week: Anthony Cafiero

A man that “lives and breathes patriotism,” Specialist Anthony Cafiero is this week’s Warrior of the Week.

The 24-year-old joined the National Guard in September 2006, and he is currently studying at Ocean County Community College to pursue his goal of becoming involved with the law enforcement, according to his mother, Kathy Cafiero

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Passionate. Caring. Honest. Loyal.

Those are some of the words that have been used to describe this week’s Warrior of the Week: Marine veteran Craig Breiner.

The 37-year-old Wall High School graduate joined the United States Marine Corps in 1999, and continues his career as an Asbury Park police officer

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Warrior of the Week: Tara Lee Collins

Outgoing. Vibrant. Warm Hearted.

Those are some of the words that have been used to describe this week’s Warrior of the Week: Tara Lee Collins.

The 31-year-old Toms River South High School graduate has been in service since 2005, and continues to serve in the US Coast Guard Reserves

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Warrior of the Week: Specialist Benjamin Springer

Hard-working. Respectable. Honest. Goal-oriented.

Those are some of the words that have been used to describe this week’s Warrior of the Week: Specialist Benjamin Springer.

Point Pleasant Boro’s 22-year-old SPC Springer has been in the Army since 2010, and continues to serve in the Reserves based in Fort Dix

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Courageous. Focused. Strong.

Those are some of the words that have been used to describe this week’s Warrior of the Week: Private First Class Antonio Dominguez.

Central Regional’s 21-year-old PFC Dominguez is a part of the Army infantry

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Warrior of the Week: Corporal Neal Prasad

Generous. Caring. Kind. Gentle.

Those are some of the words that have been used to describe this week’s Warrior of the Week: Marine Corps’ Corporal Neal Prasad.

Pine Beach’s 43-year-old Cpl

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Warrior of the Week: Sergeant First Class Emilio Calzada

Engaging. Personable. Decisive. Good-hearted.

Those are some of the words that have been used to describe this week’s Warrior of the Week: Army Sergeant First Class Emilio Calzada.

Originally from Killeen, Texas, 39-year-old SFC Calzada served in the military for over 21 years

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