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The Hispanic-American Veterans of Connecticut, Inc. mission is to provide bilingual (Spanish and English) services to any Connecticut veteran who is actively serving, honorably discharged, or retired, to include members of the immediate family.
Information on how to order a free THE BORINQUENEERS Heritage Print poster painted by Dominic D'Andrea and commissioned by the National Guard Heritage Series. Orders are only accepted by email at: NGBHistory@ng.army.mil. The prints are free, but there is a limit on how many you can order. There are two sizes: SMALL: 11" x 14" total size, with an 8.5" x 11" image and LARGE: 20" x 24" total size, with a 15" x 21" image.
You can also go to this link and download the painting in various sizes:
We invite you to look around the KWE (Korean War Educator) as a whole--a website that will help you to gain a better understanding of the men and women who served in the Korean War. This site is both a tool to educate and a place to honor those who fought and served in, as well as died in, the Korean War.
Mervin Key's website is for Korean War veterans who served in or with the First Battalion of the 15th Infantry ("Can Do") Regiment of the Third Infantry Division during the Korean War and received a Combat Infantryman Badge -AND- other unit's members who served along the Imjin River and near (or on) Outpost Nori, Outpost Tessie, Outpost Kelly, Hill 317, or Hill 355 (a/k/a Little Gibraltar, Armistice Hill, and Dagmar) during the Korean War.