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Soldier injured in IHOP shooting to re-enlist

MINDEN, Nev. – After surviving the Carson City attack on Sept. 6, 2011, Sgt. 1st Class Jeremy Mock will reenlist in the Nevada Army National Guard. Gov. Brian Sandoval will administer the oath of enlistment.

Mock was one of two Nevada Guardsmen wounded during the shootings at the Carson City IHOP restaurant. Three other Nevada Guardsmen and one civilian were killed. Although his injuries were severe, Mock returned to full time work with the Guard on Jan. 3.

He says re-upping was always his plan because he feels a familial sense of community in the Guard.



Mock’s wife of seven years, Stephanie, enlisted in the Nevada Air National Guard shortly after the shooting


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