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Lost: Small black male dog, white on chest, has Harley Davidson collar, answers to Spaz, last seen Nov. 10 on corner of Eagle Ridge/Hwy. 181. Call/text 210-723-5893.
Lost: Male dog, looks like Pit Bull, white w/brown freckles, green eyes, "Shelby," last seen morning of Nov. 18, 1604 between New Sulphur Springs and Jim Terrill Rd. 210-389-9047.
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A Salute to Our Military

Meet U.S. Navy ‘Seabee’ Jesus Cedillo of San Antonio

Meet U.S. Navy ‘Seabee’ Jesus Cedillo of San Antonio
U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist GARY WARD/Released U.S. Navy Constructionman Apprentice Jesus Cedillo

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Constructionman Apprentice Jesus Cedillo, a utilitiesman and South San High School graduate from San Antonio, Texas, is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133 specializing in advance base construction, battle damage repair, contingency engineering, humanitarian assistance, and disaster recovery support to fleet and unified commanders.

Construction Battalions, more commonly known as “Seabees,” are the premier military engineer units in the world today. Born out of necessity in the early days of World War II, their exploits are legendary.

This legacy is carried on today by the men and women of the Naval Construction Force who build and fight. For more than 70 years, the Seabees of the Naval Construction Force have been deployed around the world, around the clock and have defended America at all times.
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