Sioux City soldiers recognized 

SIOUX CITY | Pfc. Jarod D. Barwick, Pvt. Riley E. Isaacson and Pvt.2. Fletcher D. Freese, all of Sioux City, were part of more than 80 Iowa Army National Guard Soldiers recognized during a patching ceremony held at the Camp Dodge Joint Maneuver Training Center in Johnston, Iowa. 

Barwick is the son of Steve and Brenda Barwick of Sioux City. He now becomes a wheeled vehicle mechanic with Company D, 334th Brigade Support Battalion in Sioux City. 

Isaacson, an employee with Helping Hands Nursing Solutions in Sioux City, now becomes an infantryman with Troop C, 1st Squadron, 113th Calvary in Le Mars, Iowa. 

Freese is the son of Brandon and Mandy Freese of Sioux City. He now becomes a radio and communications security repairer with Detachment 1, Headquarters and Service Company, 248th Aviation Support Battalion in Boone, Iowa. 

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