Georgia Guardsmen with the recruiting office are delivering nearly 900 Medal of Honor Character Development Program kits to public middle and high schools across the state during the months of May and June. The program incorporates the ideals of courage and selfless service into the middle and high school curriculum to build character and promote responsible citizenship. “I am happy to see that character development is taught at such a young age to help these students grow into better people, not only for the school but for the community as well,” said Staff Sgt. Rutha Nations, a recruiter for the Georgia Army National Guard. In the photo from left to right: Denise Magee, principal of Campbell High School, Maria Vandermey, a Campbell high school teacher and Staff Sgt. Rutha Nations, a recruiter for the Georgia Army National Guard. (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Maj. Will Cox | Released)
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