updated Sun. July 24, 2022
St. Cloud Times
May 31, 2016
Rick Erlandson also spoke at the ceremony. "Projects like this don't happen without a monumental effort from a lot of people," he said of the Wall of Honor project. Erlandson said the nation is losing its World War II veterans much too fast, and that the nation needs to use every opportunity to recognize itsÃÂ ...
Wadena Pioneer Journal
November 8, 2015
In September 2004, Rick Erlandson was assigned as Commander of the 34th "Red Bull" Infantry Division, headquartered in Rosemount, Minn., with over 12,000 soldiers in Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, Missouri and Indiana. Erlandson's leadership enabled the Division to serve the nation in the global warÃÂ ...
July 20, 2007
Rick Erlandson, the commander of the 34th “Red Bull” Infantry Division, for his official welcome. The quality and length of their service made history, Erlandson told them, and he encouraged them to remember that, no matter what critics say about the Iraq conflict in the years to come. He also told them toÃÂ ...