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Mission Restore Bronze Indiana

About: Mission Restore Bronze Indiana

Mission Restore Bronze Indiana started off as an initiative offshoot of Mission Restore out of Arizona. The main purpose of Mission Restore Bronze Indiana is to restore grave markers of deceased members of the military that have been neglected over the years. This is done at no charge whatsoever to the families.

In 2017 Mission Restore Bronze Indiana has restored numerous grave markers and trained other organizations and groups of people to help with the cause. Currently in 2018, the project is aiming to clean and restore 49 markers of Medal of Honor recipients in the state.

Mission: Restore Bronze Indiana

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Raymond Brown


Raymond Brown was born in Richmond, Indiana. His childhood was spent between Indiana and Ohio, finishing high school in Richmond in 1965. In 1966 Raymond married his one and only wife, Linda Kathleen Barker.

In November of 1966, Raymond was called to join the United States Army. He took his Basic Training at Fort Knox, KY, and his AIT at Fort Monmouth,NJ. There, he was specially…

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