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Clinton Romesha, Medal of Honor Recipient, and former Army Staff Sergeant, gives us a candid and powerful discussion on the importance of a successful Transition from the military. He goes in depth on the value of the Army Career and Alumni Program and the importance of utilizing ACAP services and how his transition from military to civilian life was greatly impacted by his experiences in ACAP. Edited for AFN. Available in High Definition.


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This work, Clinton Romesha ACAP Message for AFN, by Joe Brogan, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.9.2013

Date Posted:05.9.2013 3:59PM

Category:Package

Video ID:289846

VIRIN:130509-A-FE930-702

Filename:DOD_100808882

Length:00:00:50

Location:KY, US

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