U. S. Senator Chuck Hagel (R-NE) today praised Chief Master Sergeant Glenn M. Freeman, United States Air Force (Ret.) of Omaha, who was honored on April 26, 2008, by the National Guard Association of Nebraska with the Distinguished Service Award. Chief Freeman has worked for Senator Hagel as senior aide for Military and Veterans Affairs, assisting service members and their families. He is receiving this award in recognition of his dedicated service to the Nebraska National Guard.
Glenn has served the state of Nebraska and our country in a manner that deserves high recognition and our deepest respect. He is a friend and has been invaluable to my office. Over the last eleven years, Glenn has helped thousands of Nebraska's military families with casework and veterans issues. Glenn is an American role model, " Hagel said
Chief Freeman has served as President of the Omaha Chapter Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, a nonprofit organization which seeks to preserve American ideals and principles by helping students become responsible and active citizens. Additionally, he delivers college lectures across Nebraska as a recognized scholar on the American political process and the U.S. Constitution. .