Air Force Husband Wins Military Spouse of the Year Honor
Jeremy Hilton was named the 2012 Military Spouse of the Year in recognition of his commitment to the military community. Nominated by his wife, Lt. Col. Renae Hilton, his accomplishments include extensive advocacy work on behalf of special-needs families and remarkable dedication to the care of his daughter, who was born with severe medical challenges. He is the first male spouse to win this prestigious award: http://www.milspouse.com/msoy. Hilton, whose wife is currently based at JB Andrews, was chosen from hundreds of nominees. He is an Air Force Academy graduate and a former Navy officer. With the power of the Military Spouse of the Year organization behind him, Hilton plans to spend his tenure as the 2012 Military Spouse of the Year pushing further with his ongoing efforts to better the lives of military families dealing with medical challenges, caring for wounded warriors and those involved in the military's Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP). He currently coordinates a national push for legislation and has spoken before the Congressional Military Family Caucus, numerous congressional delegations and staffers on the Armed Services Committee, HELP Committee, Judiciary Committee and at the White House.
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