💙❤️Meet my military family! Verterans Day is tomorrow November 11, 2018. ♥️💙

Hola! Meet my Military Family! In 1965, Robert LoPresti served in Fort Dix, Georgia. Fort Dix, the common name for the Army Support Activity located at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, is a United States Army post.

The Italian solider born in October then travelled to Fort Stewart, Georgia.

Fort Stewart is the largest Army installation east of the Mississippi River. It covers 280,000 acres. It’s approximately 41 miles southwest of the city of Savannah.

Photos of Fort Stewart, Georgia:

Visit this site to learn more about: http://www.stewart.army.mil

The short and fit husband of Linda LoPresti, then finally served in Fort Louis, Washington.

Fort Lewis, named after Meriwether Lewis of the famed Lewis and Clark expedition, is one of the largest and most modern military reservations in the United States.

Consisting of 87,000 acres of prairie land cut from the glacier-flattened Nisqually Plain, it is the premier military installation in the Northwest.

Fort Lewis is situated in a key location along Interstate 5, allowing easy access to Sea-Tac airport and to the deep water ports of Tacoma and Seattle.

Welcome to Fort Lewis Army Base.

Pictures from Fort Lewis Army Base and Fort Lewis, WA:

As if that wasn’t enough…after serving 3 years in the Army, Sargent LoPresti, a Lyndhurst native, served in the Vietnam War from 1967-1968.

Born into a Military Family, his father, Frank, served in World War 2. And, his Aunt’s husband served in the Army mostly in Germany.

I was escorted by a West Point cadet to a Debutant Ball held at The Plaza Hotel in NYC.

We love the military! Go Team USA!

Fun fact: Spa Lady, the health club owned by my mother, Linda = Sargent LoPresti

Officer and a gentleman!!!!!

Cutest couple ever! *_*_*_*

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