Coach Calipari & Governor Beshear Talk To Guard In Kuwait

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Updated: 2/13/2012 11:53 pm
Governor Steve Beshear, Coach John Calipari, and forward Anthony Davis spoke Monday to Kentucky Guard members serving in Kuwait. They spoke by Skype.

During the chat, Coach Calipari was named an honorary guard member.

"Guys,I really appreciate it," the coach told the guard members. "And i tell you, we're so proud of all of you over there, and what you do, and the courage you have. I can't begin to tell you how impressed, and what you do, not many can do it. And to stand up for all of us here, and to make the commonwealth proud, which is what you do for all of us, we thank you."

The guard members are from the 1204th Aviation Support Battalion.
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