Justin Krashefski - United States Coast Guard

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Justin Krashefski is a former military service man. He served as a member of the Coast Guard from 2001 to 2005. The physical demands placed on our military service personnel are well known, but even today, Krashefski maintains a solid workout routine designed to keep his body tuned and his mind clear. Many of the elements come from his extended training experience in the military. Today, Krashefski has maximized many of those routines in his exercise plans.

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Justin Krashefski United States Coast Guard

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The United States Coast Guard is vigilant in its pursuit of criminals that are attempting to illegally reach our nation’s shores. Justin Krashefski was a valued member of the United States Coast Guard from 2001 to 2005 helping the people on the Coast Guard’s front line to stop potential threats and keep the shores safe.

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Justin Krashefski believes the U.S. Coast Guard provides a very valuable service. Many don’t understand what the Coast Guard does or what its main function is. This is easy to understand considering the continued focus by the media and others on the other branches of the United States military. As a professional serviceman in the Coast Guard for many years Justin Krashefski is able to teach and show people just how valuable Coast Guardsman are to the safety of this country.

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As a branch of the United States Armed Forces the Coast Guard provides the United States a valuable and undeniably important service. For Justin Krashefski it was all about eliminating potential threats so that his fellow countrymen could remain safe and secure. Justin Krashefski was honored to have received several awards during his time in the Coast Guard. Justin often went above and beyond the call of duty and served as an example of honor amongst his fellow service members.

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Though Justin Krashefski’s active duty tenure ended in 2005 he remained in the USCG Reserves until 2009. The reserves provide service personnel a great way to stay involved in the military long after their active service is over.

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