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Nominate a Hometown Hero

They are you brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, uncles, aunts, fathers and mothers, but they are also considered our heroes.  Members of our armed services perform extraordinary acts of selflessness every day, and that's why KCBD NewsChannel 11 and Yates Flooring Center are asking you to help us honor our Hometown Heroes.

Whether a veteran, reservist or active duty, we would like to hear how your service man or woman has served or is serving our country. Share your story by using the form below or by mail or email at hometownheroes@kcbd.com:

Hometown Heroes c/o KCBD-TV
5600 Avenue A
Lubbock TX 79404

Please include your phone number in your submission. 

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  • Beaver Wallace, a Hometown Hero

    Beaver Wallace, a Hometown Hero

    Wednesday, February 12 2014 11:03 PM EST2014-02-13 04:03:47 GMT
    Life long friends Beaver Wallace and Tommy Wiley had each other's backs in Vietnam. "When you work together and get shot at together or shelled at together," 66-year-old Wallace said, "you get pretty
    Life long friends Beaver Wallace and Tommy Wiley had each other's backs in Vietnam.
  • Austin Steen, a Hometown Hero

    Austin Steen, a Hometown Hero

    Wednesday, February 5 2014 11:34 PM EST2014-02-06 04:34:56 GMT
    You may have seen it in War War II movies, Army paratroopers jump out of planes one by one, falling from the sky right into enemy lines ready for combat. For 88-year-old Austin Steen, that was his life
    You may have seen it in World War II movies. Army paratroopers jump out of planes one by one, falling from the sky right into enemy lines ready for combat.
  • Marshall Allen, a Hometown Hero

    Marshall Allen, a Hometown Hero

    Thursday, January 30 2014 9:55 AM EST2014-01-30 14:55:01 GMT
    Wearing a Calvary hat, Retired Army t-shirt, and holding his favorite coffee mug, it's obvious that Command Sergeant Major Marshall Allen is a proud solider. He spent 20 years in the United States Army.
    Wearing a Cavalry hat, Retired Army t-shirt, and holding his favorite coffee mug, it's obvious that Command Sergeant Major Marshall Allen is a proud solider.
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