Hartselle resident Andy Tai Huynh was a U.S. Marine for four years with a determination to serve and protect, and that same determination has him leaving for Eastern Europe on Friday with the intention of joining the Ukrainian Foreign Legion.

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Godspeed Tai, may He keep you safe until your return.

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