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The approximately 180 graduates approach their seats

The approximately 180 graduates approach their seats

The approximately 180 graduates approach their seats during the 16th Annual Graduation Ceremony hosted by the Education Services Division on Fort Hood, Nov 15. The graduates came from all over Fort Hood and rec... More

Dr. Kathryn M. Sneed, president and director of Service

Dr. Kathryn M. Sneed, president and director of Service

Dr. Kathryn M. Sneed, president and director of Service members Opportunity Colleges, speaks to the gathered graduates during the 16th Annual Graduation Ceremony hosted by the Education Services Division on For... More

Sgt. 1st Class Alberto Rodriguez, rear detachment

Sgt. 1st Class Alberto Rodriguez, rear detachment

Sgt. 1st Class Alberto Rodriguez, rear detachment noncommissioned officer in charge, 6th Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Cav. Brigade, 1st Cav. Division, smiles for the camera while he receives his degree d... More

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