Fort Washington, MD – With all of the accolades Colonel George Satterthwaite amassed over his illustrious career, he maintains a quite humble sentiment about his accomplishments.
“I’m just a loyal citizen who has done his job,” says the retired Satterthwaite. In his 30 years with the United States Army, Satterthwaite traveled across the world to serve his nation proudly.
Entering the US Army as a distinguished military graduate in the regular Army in 1957 and serving until retirement in 1987, Satterthwaite experienced and accomplished a great deal through the eyes of a serviceman. He served through the “war of nerves” as he describes the Cold War, while also serving multiple tours in Vietnam and Korea, where he achieved Colonel status.
Satterthwaite earned a highly impressive list of medals during his career including the Cold War Campaign Medal, Bronze Star Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Defense Meritorious Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, and perhaps his proudest achievement earning the Legion of Merit. He also earned the SAR Bronze Good Citizenship Medal and the SAR War Service Medal.
Col. George Satterthwaite II (Ret.) will be featured with a two-part interview with Doug Llewelyn at www.blogtalkradio.com/closeuptalkradio. Airdates for the show are October 15th and October 22nd. Both shows will air at 2pm EST on their respective dates.
For more information contact Col. Satterthwaite directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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