A retired US Army Staff Sergeant, Alan Conway, will be receiving a new car despite receiving so many awards during his service.
Retired Staff Sergeant of the US Army, Alan Conway, Receives New Car
According to KWTX, the retired US Army Staff Sergeant Allan and his family will receive the keys to a 2024 Honda at McDavid Honda of Frisco.
The Military Warriors Support Foundation’s Transportation4Heroes will be the one to present the car to Alan Conway. The mission of the foundation is to combat wounded heroes and Gold Star families. Moreover, the program also focuses on home and vehicle ownership outdoor recreation, life skills, financial education, and leadership development.
The organization has been awarding the wounded heroes and as of now, they have awarded more than 900 mortgage-free and gift-tax-free homes, and 130 payment vehicles to military veterans across the country.
Military Veteran Alan Conway in Service Since 2002
According to CBS, Conway received the Purple Heart, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, and more during his service when he joined the US Army in 2002.
Alan Conway was deployed twice in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and joined Operation Balikatan in the Philippines during his 9 years in service before he retired in 2011.
Currently, Alan Conway and his wife have opened their home to foster children in need.