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Unit Administrative Technician
U.S. Army Department

762nd Transportation Company



Army Reserves

U.S. Army Reserves

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Tina Vitale will observe Veterans Day with her kids after two tours in Iraq

Tina Vitale, 26, a member of the U.S. Army Reserves. Vitale, of Alliance, returned home at the end of October after serving her second tour of duty in Iraq.
After two tours of duty in Iraq, Vitale, 26, a member of the Army Reserves, is back home in Alliance. A 2000 graduate of Marlington High School, she joined the Ohio National Guard during her senior year and in August 2002, joined the Reserves.
Antonio was 18 months old when Vitale was first deployed to Iraq for a tour that lasted 22 months.
Although her son was in good hands with her father, Tony Vitale, caring for Antonio, Tina Vitale said, "I cried and cried; it was the worst day of my life."
"When I came home he was 3 years old, potty trained and feeding himself," said Vitale, who realized all the moments of growth and change she had missed in her young son's life.
Anastacia was 13 months old when Vitale was sent back to Iraq in October 2007 for 12 months. Now a toddler, "who is off the bottle, walking and talking," Vitale said it is taking more time for she and her daughter to renew their bond than it did for mom and son.
Anastacia would look at her grandfather saying "Mommy? Mommy?" when Vitale came home. "She would come up close to me then step back. She is really cute and funny," added Vitale, who is enjoying the moments.
When this tour ended, Vitale came home to even bigger changes in Antonio's life, finding he "fixes his own bath water, picks out his own clothes, and helps out with Anastacia."
Sgt. (E-5) Tina Vitale underwent basic training at Ft. Jackson, S.C., and took advanced individual training at Ft. Leonardwood, Mo.
She has three military occupational specialties -- truck driver, supply sergeant and human resources/administration, all of which required additional weeks of training.
Vitale served first with the 762nd Transportation Co. out of North Canton, "moving around a lot, living on the road" in Iraq. This past year in Iraq she served with the 327th Military Police Battalion from Arlington Heights, Ill., based at Camp Ramadi and Camp Taji.
In civilian life, Vitale works as a unit administrative technician with the U.S. Army Department in North Canton, a job she held two years before being deployed. She plans to return to work in January.
About being back home, Vitale said, "There is no way I can put it into words. It's amazing being able to be part of their lives again. It is wonderful."
People who don't have anyone who is or has been deployed don't understand the sacrifice involved, Vitale said.
1. Posted by Gary November 11, 2008
Glad to see you home Tina ... Big Gary

Lora Vitale, 11, facing camera, a ...

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Lora Vitale, 11, facing camera, a fifth-grader at Washington Elementary School, reacts while hugging her sister, Tina Vitale, during a surprise visit to Lora's school on Tuesday in Washington Township, Ohio.

Tina Vitale, 21, is on a 10-day leave from serving in Iraq with the 762nd Transportation Company of the Army Reserves.

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