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The Air Force is doing its part to help service members transition from military to civilian life. SUGGESTED LEAD: The Air Force trains you from day one how to be an effective and successful Airman… and when its your time to exit active duty, the Air Force trains you how to be successful on the outside. Air Force Staff Sergeant Justan Wayne explains how one program helps with the transition. SUGGESTED TAG: For more information visit the 51st Force Support Squadron webpage and click on the Airman and Family Readiness link.


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This work, Transition GPS, by Chuck Gill, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.3.2014

Date Posted:01.13.2014 11:34PM

Category:Package

Video ID:319565

VIRIN:140103-A-ZS680-840

Filename:DOD_101083607

Length:00:01:59

Location:OSAN AIR BASE, KRGlobe

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