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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – from left to right, Rep. Michael


CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – from left to right, Rep. Michael



CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – from left to right, Rep. Michael Cloud, Republican from Victoria representing the 27th Congressional District; Sgt. Cameron Renth, an aircraft structural repairer, with Company F, Task Force 1-160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Fort Campbell, Kentucky, and Houston native; his wife, Rebecca; and Col. Gail Atkins, commander, Corpus Christi Army Depot. Cameron received this year’s Army Aviation Association of America Donald F. Luce Depot Maintenance Artisan Award during the AAAA Luther G. Jones Army Aviation Depot Forum, at the Congressman Solomon P. Ortiz International Center, here, October 24, 2018. Cameron won the award for conducting over 100 Maintenance Engineering Calls (MECs) on more than 10 varieties of MEC, four separate depot level damage repairs, and countless unit level repairs within the past year.






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