Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Mark Condry.

Mark graduated from West Point in 1982 as a Field Artillery Officer. He served many assignments including stations in Washington D.C., Hawaii, and Oklahoma.

His final position before retirement in 2005 was as full chair for the Department of Military Science at Texas Christian University’s Army ROTC where he taught dozens of future Army officers.

He currently works as the Director of Customer Care for Facility Solutions Group. His son carries on his family’s service being a recent Naval Academy graduate.

Thank you for your service, Mark!

Nominate a Veteran for #VeteranOfTheDay

Do you want to light up the face of a special Veteran? Have you been wondering how to tell your Veteran they are special to you? You’re in luck! VA’s #VeteranOfTheDay social media feature is an opportunity to highlight your Veteran and his/her service.

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Published on Aug. 9, 2017

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