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USAA Salute to Service Moment: Redskins vs. Giants

Lance Corporal Erick Gonzales-Hernandez, Lance Corporal Justin Gillespie, Redskins Kicker Dustin Hopkins, and Lance Corporal Mathew Bryson pose for a photo prior to kickoff.
Lance Corporal Erick Gonzales-Hernandez, Lance Corporal Justin Gillespie, Redskins Kicker Dustin Hopkins, and Lance Corporal Mathew Bryson pose for a photo prior to kickoff.

An appraised in-game moment that occurs each home game, the USAA Salute to Service Moment is widely known as the cornerstone in-game production at FedExField. The two were featured on the Redskins HD scoreboard waving from the field as the Redskins crowd took a moment to give them a standing ovation in appreciation for their sacrifice and service to our nation. A special moment honoring our service members in the military.

Lance Corporal Justin Gillespie

Justin is 23 years old from Davenport, Iowa and is currently serving at Marine Barracks Washington. He will be shortly moving duty stations in January to Marine Corps Base Hawaii.  He joined the Marine Corps because he wanted a challenge, to see the world, and follow in the foot-steps of his grandfather, father and uncles, who all served in the Marine Corps.

Lance Corporal Mathew Bryson

Lance Corporal Mathew Bryson is 22 years old from Savannah , Georgia and is currently serving at Marine Barracks Washington. He joined the Marine Corps because he wanted a challenge, but mainly to serve alongside his older brother Staff Sergeant Justin Bryson.

Lance Corporal Justin Gillespie poses with Ryan Kerrigan prior to gametime on the sidelines.
Lance Corporal Justin Gillespie poses with Ryan Kerrigan prior to gametime on the sidelines.

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