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From left are retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Dana Atkins, president and CEO of the Military Officers Association of America; retired Chief Warrant Officer 5 Harry Hobbs, the newest member of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Hall of Fame; and Col. Ross Nelson, commandant of the Army Warrant Officer Career College at Fort Rucker.

Retired Chief Warrant Officer 5 Harry Hobbs has been inducted into the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Hall of Fame.

The ceremony took place Friday at the Army Warrant Officer Career College at Fort Rucker.

“I accepted the award for all the Soldiers I served with in combat that did not survive,” Hobbs, a Gulf War veteran, said. The Madison resident is vice president for employee engagement at Huntsville Utilities.

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