As part of Hispanic Heritage month, Sgt. First Class, Maria Two Crow, deployed with the 228th Combat Support Hospital to Kuwait, discusses her Hispanic culture, values and what she brings to the Army.
200922-A-MT123-1002.JPG Photo By: Sgt. Stephanie Dracos

CAMP ARIFJAN, Kuwait - As part of Hispanic Heritage month, Sgt. First Class, Maria Two Crow, deployed with the 228th Combat Support Hospital to Kuwait, discusses her Hispanic culture, values and what she brings to the Army. Among the Hispanic population, there is so much diversity and many traditions and customs that get passed down generation to generation and that to me is amazing. I bring my Hispanic background into the Army by sharing traditions, customs, and information in general on my upbringing and the region my family is from in Mexico.


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