Sgt. Jerry Dalton, a Bath resident who works at the National Guard Armory in Tarboro, shares aspects of his military lifestyle during a recent visit with first grade students at Chocowinity Primary School. Dalton even offered the youngsters a taste of a "meal-ready-to-eat" like those that are a staple for soldiers. (Chocowinity Primary School/Contributed)
Sgt. Jerry Dalton, a Bath resident who works at the National Guard Armory in Tarboro, shares aspects of his military lifestyle during a recent visit with first grade students at Chocowinity Primary School. Dalton even offered the youngsters a taste of a "meal-ready-to-eat" like those that are a staple for soldiers. (Chocowinity Primary School/Contributed)

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MILITARY APPRECIATION

Published 6:19pm Saturday, March 2, 2013

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