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rapidfire N E W S Y O U C A N U S E
Ready for
Your Next
Career?
You and your family
proudly have served our
country, and you deserve
the best America has to
offer. That’s why MOAA
provides this one-of-a-
kind fair for transitioning
military personnel and
their spouses. No matter
how many career fairs
you have attended, you
won’t find one as valu-
able to your career as
U.S. Troops
the MOAA Career Fair
April 28 at the Walter E.
Train Guards
Washington Convention
Center, Washington, D.C.
Don’t miss the op-
portunity to be part of
U
.S. soldiers are training new During training, soldiers demonstrate the next MOAA Career
Afghan security guards in an techniques, which the Afghans follow. Fair and meet employers
effort that is bringing the guards “We encourage them to participate and who will support you as
much-needed help at traffi c checkpoints. interact with our company and their fel- you prepare for the next
Soldiers from 1st Infantry Division’s low soldiers,” Rouse said. stage of your career.
Company A, 201st Brigade Support Battal- “Now that our forces are combined, we More information is
ion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team teach the can run the checkpoints and gates more on MOAA’s Web Base
specialized training at Forward Operating effectively along with the [Afghan secu- at www.moaa.org/
Base Fenty in northeast Afghanistan. The rity guards],” Army 1st Lt. Craig Gridelli, careerfair. Employers,
training includes tactics, techniques, and base defense and operations offi cer in register and reserve
procedures for working traffi c control charge, said. “The training that we leave your space now. This is
points and conducting body searches. behind will hopefully have built a little bit your opportunity to gain
“What we teach in the class can carry of institutional knowledge with the [Af- unmatched access to
over into their daily routine,” Army Sgt. ghan security guards] so that they can do military professionals.
Prentice Rouse, from Company A, said. the job themselves.”
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