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-MT123-1003.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. I believe Hispanics share the values of respect, duty, and loyalty. In my own family and circle of influence, these are things that I see daily basis when taking care of each other, providing for loved ones when in need, and just sticking together through good and bad times. I think it's important to celebrate it in the Army because we have so many Service Members from the Hispanic community and they do great things for the Army each and every day.


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