MSgt. Frank J. Robinson, Sr. Retires After 30 Years of Military Service
Master Sergeant (MSgt.) Frank J. Robinson, Sr. has served his country for 30 years of military service. His career began in 1981 with the United States Army. As the slogan was in 1981 "Be All You Can Be" and that is MSgt. Frank J. Robinson. MSgt. Robinson has seen the world like places such as Germany, Panama, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Iraq. MSgt. Robinson made the transition from the U.S. Army to the National Guard Reserve beginning at Bossier City, LA; Minden, LA; and New Orleans, LA. He was involved with Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Hurricane Katrina Disaster (New Orleans, LA), and the United States Mexican border in San Diego, CA. MSgt. Robinson has several medals and accommodations that reflect the exemplary service that he has given the military and his country. The medals and accommodations are:
Meritorious Service Medal, Southwest Asia Medal
Global War on Terrorism Badge, Overseas Service Medal
Combat Action Badge, Kuwait Liberation Medal
Louisiana War Cross, Good Conduct Medal
MSgt. Robinson officially retired from the National Guard Reserves on February 2012. MSgt. Robinson has been employed with United Parcel Service (UPS) for 27 years and is also a member of Teamsters Local Union 568 in Shreveport, LA. He is married to the wonderful Susan W. Robinson for almost 30 years with three children and three precious grandchildren.
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