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Wilford Toney Was Nominated By The My Black Colorado Community To Be Featured

Wilford Toney

Major

Veteran | 17 years in the U.S. Army


Interview Questions

Some areas, then in life that the military has helped me grow?
It helped me be humble and have empathy for others. We take a lot for granted here in America. for instance, that we have programs to help those in need. If you’re feeling sick, you can go to a hospital or the ambulance is going to get you. That does not happen in other countries. Im proud to be an American and have the rights that I have.

What is your personal what is your perspective of patriotism?
Patriotism is having pride in the United States. Being an American is as about holding up the values. When I think of patriotism, I’m thinking of freedom for all. It’s a great honor because what we where we are defending the values of this country

 

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