Even though he has a binder full of awards and commendations -- and even received a Bronze Star medal -- Sergeant First Class Shane Turner is still quietly modest when discussing his military career, which took him to Operation Desert Shield, Operation Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan). But while the pages and pages of certificates are carefully tucked away in plastic sleeves in a binder, Turner’s US Army uniform, Bronze Star, and helmet are currently on display for public viewing at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin. “It’s a privilege and an honor,” Turner said. “There’s displays from World War II and Vietnam. I’m one of the first soldiers to be on display from Desert Storm, Desert Shield, Iraq and Afghanistan.” Turner said the items will be on display at the museum for 14 months.