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Governor Abbott Proclaims February 2nd Chris Kyle Day




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AUSTIN -- Governor Greg Abbott today proclaimed February 2nd Chris Kyle Day in honor of Chief Petty Officer Chris Kyle, a native Texan and Navy SEAL who served four tours in Iraq and is recognized as the most lethal sniper in United States military history.

Governor Abbott’s proclamation reads in part as follows:

“By proclaiming today, February 2, 2015, as Chris Kyle Day, I recognize -- as Chief Petty Officer Kyle would insist -- that he is the face of a larger force for freedom that has made this country the bravest, strongest and freest in the history of the world. Kyle is one of the legions of valiant warriors who made the ultimate commitment to our country: they put their lives on the line for a cause greater than themselves. They faced risks few Americans can comprehend, but all Americans should honor. So many Texans like Kyle have served with unmatched honor, bravery and heroism, and a grateful country is better because of them.”
 
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