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for his God and his Country

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His God Called Him To Preach
His Country Called Him To Fight
His Men Called Him

Colonel Logan Weston
United States Army (Retired)

         Colonel Logan Weston, U.S. Army (Retired), is a veteran of three major wars: World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Col. Weston was drafted into the Army in 1941. He worked his way up through the ranks to Staff-Sergeant before receiving a battle field commission to Second Lieutenant. Col. Weston's unwavering devotion to his country and to his faith have earned him a larger-than-life reputation and undying devotion from his men even to this day.
         He is considered one of the most heavily decorated soldiers in American history. Among the awards Col. Weston has earned is the Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Stars, Bronze Stars, Purple Hearts a Legion of Merit, Presidential Unit Citations, the Combat Infantryman Badge (3 awards), and the Parachute Jump Badge (3 awards). Col. Weston has received Commendations from the Governments of Australia, Nationalist China, India, Korea, Laos, Vietnam and Thailand. Col. Weston has been honored by Senate and House Resolutions from the states of New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. It has been recommended to the Department of Defense that Colonel Weston receive the Congressional Medal of Honor (No resolution to the recommendation has been reached at this time). Col. Weston was inducted into the U.S. Army Ranger "Hall of Fame" in it's inaugural year of 1992, he also has been installed in the "Soldiers / Sailors Memorial" in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, he has been honored by the Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge Pennsylvania.
         Col. Weston's 28 year long illustrious military career terminated in 1968. At this time he assumed the position of "Coordinator of Religious Life" at Texas A & M University. After 13 years at the university, he retired to volunteer in Christian Ministry and telephone prayer/counseling work, as well as doing occasional speaking engagements.
         Col. Weston is the epitome of one who from a humble beginning answered his God's calling. He achieved excellence spiritually, academically and in military service. It is a rare man who can strike such a balance of serving his God and his Country with such harmony. He is a true American Hero.


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