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Rob Jones Journey
CONTRIBUTOR Rob Jones joined the Marine Corps Reserve as a combat engineer. He served at Bravo Company, 4th Combat Engineer Battalion based out of Roanoke, VA. Jones deployed to Habbaniyah, Iraq in 2008, and again to Delaram/Sangin, Afghanistan in 2010. During his deployment to Afghanistan, he was...
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A self-proclaimed “quadruple threat” as far as connections to the military are concerned, Lauren was born into an Army family in Heilbronn, Germany, and moved 10 times before heading off to Pennsylvania State University and completing Bachelor’s degrees in English and Print Journalism in 2011. A...
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Phil Briggs made a name for himself in rock radio in Providence, Boston and Salt Lake City. “But this job? It’s like coming home.”
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From basic training to 1010 WINS in NYC, Eric Dehm brings his talents to the nation's capital. "My expertise will allow me to provide information, provide entertainment and provide knowledge to my fellow veterans."
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"Earning the title 'Marine' is probably the most important thing that happened to me in my life."
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Elizabeth was born on Andrews Air Force Base, Md. before moving with her Air Force family 16 times in 18 years.
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“Knowing that I am going to help veterans get the help they need – and I am going to help them become aware of all the things they have available to them. It’s an amazing feeling.”
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Kaylah describes her military service as “being part of an international club. A group of like-minded people with pride in themselves, others, and their country."
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Leaving military service after 6 years of active duty, Matt took full advantage of his Post-9/11 G. I. Bill benefits. "I wouldn't be sitting here if it wasn't for the GI Bill. That definitely changed my life."
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Neil is an Associated Press, Hearst Corporation, New York Press Club, and Society of Professional Journalists award-winning journalist, producer, reporter and talk show host.
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