PFC Edward Romig (R)

Making good on a promise, the Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. Michael W. Hagee gives a book autographed by various Medal of Honor recipients to Pfc. Edward Romig, of the Hawaii- based 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment at the Marines’ forward operating base at Haditha Dam during a round-robin visit to Marine bases throughout western Al Anbar Province, Iraq, April 10, 2006. The Corps’ top leader met Romig’s father at a fundraiser, where Romig’s father donated money to support troops overseas. Hagee told Romig’s father he would deliver the book to him when he saw him in Iraq. During his three-day tour around Al Anbar Province, Hagee told Marines and sailors that he is
confident Coalition Forces were going to win the Global War on Terrorism, telling them that they “stepped up to the plate when their country needed them most.” Accompanied by the Corps’ top enlisted person, Sgt. Maj. John L. Estrada, Hagee discusses a variety of topics with Marines and sailors, to include new guidelines regarding the awarding of the Combat Action Ribbon and the continuing progress of Iraqi Security Forces. Photo by: Sgt. Roe F. Seigle

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