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Jerald Robertson: Back in the USA

Jerald Robertson II, a class of ‘91 graduate of Manteo High School, holds the flag as he flies over Afghanistan during a prior deployment.

Robertson, who retired from Army Special Forces last year, recently returned from overseas where he provided medical support to Americans for the U.S. Department of Defense.

He resides in Cameron with his wife Ali and their three daughters and is the son of John and Cheryl Strider. Robertson and the Striders previously lived in Manteo and Kill Devil Hills.

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