Major Clyde "Bennett" Gore, Jr. answered the call to duty while in college at Wofford, where he was a member of ROTC. He served as a JAG officer for the US Army for nearly nine years and now is a Major with the South Carolina Air National Guard serving as the Chief of Military Justice.
His deployments include a tour of duty in Baghdad, Iraq. He just celebrated 11 years serving our country. Friends say Maj. Gore is a defender of our soldiers, a strong advocate for our veterans and has the deepest love for our military and country. WIS proud to salute him as a military hero.
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