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Dept. of Defense developed Hero 2 Hired Program becomes available at CSJFTC. The kiosk that allows Soldiers to access the program opened at the internet cafe. The program helps deployed soldiers find employment after returning home. Soundbites from Maj. Gen. Mark MacCarley and Sgt. Maj. Julio Rivera. Also available in high definition

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This work, Hero 2 Hired Kiosk Opens at CSJFTC, by Dana Smith, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.30.2012

Date Posted:05.7.2012 12:46PM


Video ID:143334




Location:CAMP SHELBY, MS, USGlobe

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