SERGEANT LESTER R. MUSE, JR. Director of Veteran Affairs, NY State Senator Shirley Huntley
Sergeant Lester R. Muse, Jr. served in the United States Army for more than 11 years including a 34 months of active combat in the Republic of Vietnam. He has received multiple awards for his military service including the Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star "V" for Valor, Purple Heart, Air Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Vietnam, Campaign Medal w/2-Bronze Stars, Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry w/Palm, and graduated from "Macv Recondo School" 5th Special Forces. (NaJeffgottrang Vietnam) He also served as a Drill Instructor at Fort Dix New, Jersey and has been awarded the National Defense Medal and Good Conduct Medal.
Sergeant Muse is currently Director of Veteran Affairs for NY State Senator Shirley Huntley. In this role he assists veterans throughout New York State, ensuring they receive proper care, benefits, and treatment. Additionally, he advises the State Senate on policy and legislative issues relating to veterans.
Sergeant Muse is a life member of the Disabled American Veterans,
Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Vietnam Veterans of America.
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