Certificates | Presidential Medal of Freedom

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    The President of the United States of Astor


    takes pleasure in presenting the


    Presidential Medal of Freedom


    to


    The Honorable, retired Lieutenant-General
    Teresa Ramsey-Prescott
    55th Vice President of the United States


    Whether as Lieutenant-General of the U. S. Army, Secretary of State, National Security Advisor, four-term Vice President, or Acting President of the United States: The Honorable Teresa Ramsey-Prescott has dedicated her life to serving her country. Always there to respond to the call of duty, Vice President Ramsey-Prescott has shown continuous commitment to promote national interests and the security of the Astorian people, at home like abroad. Thus, the President honors Teresa Ramsey-Prescott as a truly extraordinary servant of the United States.


    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this sixth day of June, in the year of our Lord two thousand nineteen.


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    Benjamin Arthur Kingston, Jr.
    President of the United States

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    Ben Kingston

    Governor of Astoria
    former President of the United States | former Speaker of the House | former President of the Senate

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  • The President of the United States of Astor


    takes pleasure in presenting the


    Presidential Medal of Freedom


    to


    The Honorable, retired General
    Steve McQueen
    Senator of New Alcantara


    Whether in his numerous political offices as a long-term and recurring Senator of New Alcantara or as Secretary of Defense or astorian entrepreneurs Senator McQueen shows again and again how important it is not to be still and to face the challenges of the current time with all his strength. In these numerous functions, the senator has dedicated his life to serving the nation and the people, thereby helping to safeguard national interests and national security in the long term.


    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this nineteenth day of January, in the year of our Lord two thousand twenty.






    Teresa Ramsey-Prescott
    President of the United States

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    The President of the United States of Astor


    takes pleasure in presenting the


    Presidential Medal of freedom


    to


    The Honorable

    Travis Lodbrok



    The Honorable retired Brigadier General Travis Lodbrok, has dedicated his life to the Armed Services of the United States. First, as commanding officer of a Marine fighter attack squadron defending our nation in active duty, and later as Secretary of Defense, a position in which he has served multiple times under serveral presidents, always putting national defense interests first. Like few others, The Honorable Travis Lodbrok has continuously fought for freedom and liberty, at home and abroad. His exemplary conducts thus warrants this high honor.



    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this third day of April, in the year of our Lord two thousand twentyone.


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    Sarah Jones

    President of the United States

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    59th President of the US

    Special Advisor to the President

    former Lieutenant Governor of Laurentiana

    former State Councillor of Tribal Affairs of the state of Laurentiana
    former Governor of Laurentiana
    former Speaker of the General Court

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    The President of the United States of Astor


    takes pleasure in presenting the


    Presidential Medal of Freedom


    to


    General of the Corps

    Ephram Krulak
    United States Marine Corps



    In recognition of more than a decade of tireless and honorable service to the United States Marine Corps, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the national security and defense of the United States Astor.



    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this eleventh day of February, in the year Two-thousand and twenty-two.




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    Lisa Shore

    The President of the United States


    Lisa Shore

    President pro tempore of the Senate

    Senator from Freeland


    62nd President of the United States

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    The President of the United States of Astor


    solemnly presents the


    Presidential Medal of Freedom


    to


    The Honorable

    Edward Lawrence Willey
    – posthumously –



    For rendering the ultimate sacrifice to his country as Vice President of the United States.


    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this twelfth day of March, in the year Two-thousand and twenty-two.




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    Lisa Shore

    The President of the United States

    Lisa Shore

    President pro tempore of the Senate

    Senator from Freeland


    62nd President of the United States

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