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Rodgers was awarded the Bronze Star at a ceremony, August 19, 2012,

Master Sgt. Raleigh Rogers (center), stands with 125th Fighter Wing Commander, Col. James Eifert (left) and 125th Fighter Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Sharon Ervin after Rodgers was awarded the Bronze Star at a ceremony, August 19, 2012, 125th Fighter Wing, Florida Air National Guard, Jacksonville, Fla. Rogers distinguished himself while performing as an EOD team leader in Ghanzni Province, Afghanistan. Rogers found and cleared over 33 IED's on over 69 combat missions, destroyed over a thousand pounds of enemy weaponry, and cleared over 1200 miles of routes allowing freedom of movement for both special and conventional coalition forces

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