JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Wash. — Jesse Rhymes may have more opportunities to be a hero than most of us.He is a chief warrant officer in the Army, but it was what he did in civilian life that had Rhymes declared a hero.
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Army Colonel Morrison had been deployed in Kuwait since last July. Being away from his family for almost a year was painful but he kept it together until this day.