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Saying it was "earned, but not deserved," Marine Corps veteran and philanthropist Capt. John "Giddyup" Bunch of Oxford has won his second military medal awarded to a civilian. On March 9, the U.S. Navy honored Bunch with the Navy Distinguished Public Service Award for his superior work leading the Operation Open Arms (OOA) organization.
Capt. Giddyup says it's become "like a giant snowball running downhill." What started out as a chance meeting with an active duty soldier who just wanted to go fishing before his redeployment to Iraq 12 years ago has turned into a major operation to provide R&R and same-day mental health services to military personnel serving in combat arenas.
OXFORD — Oxford resident Capt. John Bunch, founder of the veteran’s organization Operation Open Arms, is being honored in a ceremony on Thursd…
EASTON — The Mid-Shore League of Republican Women, on March 11, will welcome two veterans to talk about the needs of returning service men and women.