GREEN BAY - A Green Bay veteran was awarded two medals and a badge Friday for his service in World War Two.
Mayor Jim Schmitt and Congressman Reid Ribble presented the awards to Patrick Kennedy.
Kennedy served in the U.S. Navy for three years.
He also helped fight for the freedom of the Philippine people and their nation.
Kennedy said at the ceremony that he is proud to be a veteran and receive the awards.
"It was a high honor to be in the military. It's something that stays with us throughout our lifetime," said Kennedy.
Kennedy received the World War Two Victory Medal and the Philippine Liberation Medal. He also received the Philippine Presidential Unit Citation Badge.
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