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Video by Maj. Satomi Mack-Martin
Army Reserve Life: Stay-at-home Mom & Animal Care Specialist
3rd Medical Command Deployment Support
Nov. 18, 2019 | 0:31
Army Reserve Life takes a look into Soldiers balancing dual careers.

Spc. Emily Graham, a stay-at-home Mom and 68T Animal Care Specialist originally joined the Army Reserve for stability and educational benefits. Being in the Army Reserve helped her achieve her personal and professional goals.

What Spc. Graham uniquely brings to the Army Reserve is her past medical experience and high school courses that prepared her to become a 68T, Animal Care Specialist with performing grooming procedures, assisting in surgical procedures, and administering vaccinations for pets.

Unit: 422nd Veterinarian Medical Detachment, 338th Med Bde, 3d MCDS

Directed by Maj. Satomi M. Martin. Director of Photography by Spc. Maurice Cheeks.
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