About Katerina Gasset and Tristan Gasset

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We understand living the life of service. My father was a Captain in the U.S. Navy and I was raised in a military family. my uncle served in the Army and one of my daughters also served in the Army. 

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U.S. Navy Captain Ronald Edward Mullen 

My father, U.S. Navy Captain Ronald E. Mullen served in the Navy from a very young age through to his retirement.  We lived on the border of east and west Berlin in Germany for four years during the cold war. He worked in Naval inteligence affairs and espionage. He served 4 tours of duty in Vietnam. Unfortunately as he was searching for spies, he was sprayed with the "Agent Orange", which caused his death from a brain tumor later on in his life. He earned so many medals and was an over-achiever. I remember as a little girl, how much I would love to see him in his full dress uniform!

Captain Ronald Edward Mullen, USN (Ret), born in 1934 in Reno, NV, was reared in San Francisco. He graduated from Stanford University (BA '56, MA '58). In '59 he entered the Navy as an ensign specializing in Naval Intelligence and served until '86, including 2 tours in Germany and 3 in Viet Nam where he supported Navy SEAL operations and received the Bronze Star and the Navy Commendation, both with Combat "V".

He was also a Board Member of the Mayport Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America.

This is my dad, Captain Ronald E Mullen. He served in the U.S. Navy as his career.

       Captain Ronald Edward Mullen 

In memory of my father who served his family and his country. We do miss him. 

U.S. Army Captain Howell O. Hilton

Hal entered the Army October 11, 1965, at Fort Benning, GA. In December of that year, he completed Infantry Officer Basic Course and in January 1966 he completed his Airborne Course.

 In April of 1966 he completed the Ranger Course. In November of 1966 he requested Vietnam duty and was sent to South Vietnam where he was attached to the 199th Light Infantry Brigade, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division. He served there for three and a half months in combat as platoon leader before being nominated to be the aide to Brigade General John F. Freund.

 In August of 1967, he was critically wounded in combat, shot in both legs while riding in a helicopter with the General during a rescue operation. After recovering in Walter Reed Hospital, he eventually retired from the Army as a Captain in April of 1969. He received the Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart Medal, National Defense Medal, Air Medal w. V Device & 6 Oak Leaf Clusters, Combat Infantryman Badge, Parachutist Badge and Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal with Device 1960.

Howell O Hilton was my uncle, married to my father's sister. He was a brave soldier serving in the U.S. Army

U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Blake Cunningham

... And this is my daughter, and Tristan's sister. This is Blake. She is amazing. She served two tours of duty in Afghanistan. She has earned the Purple Heart. 

She was so brave to join the Army so young and complete her commitment. She now serves through her amazing achievements as a First Responder. She was the first female firefighter to make it through to her certification in her town. 

This is a photo of my stepdaughter Blake Cunningham when she was serving in the U.S. Army

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