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Kan. National Guard to add 3 to hall of fame

Published on -11/1/2013, 7:28 AM

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- Three retired members of the Kansas National Guard will be inducted into its hall of fame at a ceremony Sunday in Topeka.

The honorees are Lt. Col. Robert K. Webb, Chief Warrant Officer 4 Cornelius Vandermotten and Command Sgt. Maj. Jana L. Harrison.

Webb served 31 years in the military in active duty and with the Guard, retiring in 1987. Vandermotten is a native of Glasgow, Scotland, and spent more than 40 years in uniform, including two decades in the Kansas National Guard.

Harrison was the Kansas National Guard's first female command sergeant major. She is retired but serves on a training team that prepares soldiers for overseas deployments.

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