Thousands of flags fluttered in the roaring breeze as the procession of Navy SEAL Charles Keating IV passed through the streets of Coronado Island (San Diego) on May 13th, 2016. Public lining the streets, including children and school students, stood in silence to pay respect to the Petty Officer First Class Charles Keating IV, who sacrificed his life at a young age of 31, in fierce battle with ISIS in Iraq on May 3rd, 2016.
According to U.S. Navy, Navy SEAL Keating’s award and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal with Combat “V”, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, National Defense Medal and Rifle and Pistol Expert ribbons. U.S. Navy also awarded Silver Star and Purple Heart to SEAL Keating for his heroic action in battle ground in Iraq.
JSciMed Central Publications team attended the procession at Coronado Island to honor the Officer Keating. JSciMed Central is proud to work along with military doctors and scientists all around the world in publishing scientific and medical discoveries. JSciMed Central thank the military doctors and scientists for volunteering as Editorial Board members of our scholarly journals.
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