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October 11, 2012

David Feherty to receive Outstanding Civilian Service Award from U.S. Army

Posted at 10:53 AM by Mark Dee | Categories: David Feherty, Truth & Rumors

Love him or hate him, David Feherty keeps getting awards. And on Thursday, the honor is coming from a company that's typically hard to please.

Feherty will be awarded the Outstanding Civilian Service Award by the U.S. Army for his work with the Troops First Foundation, the non-profit he started to provide sports-based support for wounded soldiers and their families.

The Outstanding Civilian Service Award is the third-highest honor the Army can bestow upon a civilian. Feherty will be presented with it during a military ball on a Virginia airfield.

Born in Northern Ireland, Feherty, who calls golf for CBS and the Golf Channel, became an American citizen in 2010.

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