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By Staff | Dec 31, 2010

Capt. John “GiddyUp” Bunch, the founder of Operation Open Arms, presents PFC Corey Kent with a Multi-Service Operation Open Arms Medallion at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington D.C. Wednesday.

Capt. John “GiddyUp” Bunch, the founder of Operation Open Arms, presents PFC Corey Kent with a Multi-Service Operation Open Arms Medallion at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington D.C. Wednesday. Kent, who is from Cape Coral, was critically wounded while serving in Afghanistan. Operation Open Arms is a not-for-profit organization based on Pine Island with business participation throughout Lee County. The group provides various services to deployed military personnel home on leave for R&R as well as confidential counseling for battle-stressed veterans. The visit with PFC Kent was intended as both a thank you and recognition for sacrifices made.