Air Force Reservist Jon Walters, 35, talks about his experiences with community police relations with his criminal justice classmates at McHenry County College, Nov. 28, 2012.
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Attendees receive advice at the Education on the Green College Information Fair at the Falcon Creek Golf Course June 5 here.  More than twenty-five colleges and agencies attended the annual event and provided educational information for JBMDL and the surrounding area. Counselors discussed what they had to offer in the way of degrees, on-line programs, certifications and funding. (U.S. Air Force photo by Russ Meseroll/Released)
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Twenty years after his high school graduation, Sgt. 1st Class Joshua Moon, an Army Reservist from Beech Grove, Tenn., graduated with an Associates of Science degree from Motlow State Community College. Deployed here in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Moon was able to complete his degree with help from the Army/s tuition assistance program and the handful of education counselors currently deployed to Afghanistan to support soldiers' educational needs.
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