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Securing America: Band of Brothers
Some Americans will celebrate the Fourth of July holiday while serving their country. Among those, a young band of brothers at West Point Military Academy.
FOX News Radio’s Dave Anthony has their story as part of our on-going series on national security:
They’re in basic training, together. (basic training audio) Three brothers from Texas, now at West Point.
Sumner Ogrydziak: “It helps, knowing that your brothers are here, even though we are going to be separated all across campus in different companies.”
Sumner Ogrydziak, and his twin brother Cole just turned 18. Noah is 19, and this band of brothers is rare. Just the third time three siblings have been enrolled in the same class at the U.S. Military Academy. Their dad, Randal is a Deputy Coast Guard Commander who’s:
Randal Ogrydziak: “Proud of them, for doing so.”
But like any military parent:
Randal Ogrydziak: “I do worry about, down the line them going into action.”
If all three Ogrydziaks make it through, they’ll become Army Second Lieutenants in 2017.
In New York, Dave Anthony, FOX News Radio.