Army Surgeon General Patricia Horoho honored

David Gordon


US Army Surgeon General Patricia Horoho (above, with Jarrett Barrios) received the Humanitarian Award from the American Red Cross of Massachusetts at a ceremony in Boston Tuesday. Horoho, whose mom was a Red Cross volunteer as a candy striper, is credited with saving dozens of lives via first aid she provided at the Pentagon on 9/11.

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