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MAG-39 Marine earns first Distinguished Graduate of MCU Continuing Education

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Capt. Collin Alexander, MAG-39 ground safety officer, receives a poster signed by the Commandant of the Marine Corps from Terence Kerrigan, Director of College of Distance Education and Training, in recognition of his accomplishment as the first Continuing Education Scholarly online elective distinguished graduate at the Marine Corps University campus at Marine Corps Air Stations Miramar, California, Feb. 28. The Continuing Education Scholarly online elective seminar, Afghanishtan, Graveyard of Empires, provided students with the historical and cultural foundations needed to understand and appreciate Afghanistan, its people, its economy, and its politics. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Brytani Wheeler)

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28/02/2018
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