Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Private First Class Jacqueline Swann. Jacqueline served from 2006 to 2007.

Jacqueline served in the Army for almost a year and a half as an automated logistical specialist. During this time, she established and maintained stock records, inventory, supply reports and material control. Additionally, she unloaded, unpacked, counted, segregated and stored incoming supplies and equipment that the unit provided for 7/6th Calvary. Jacqueline served during Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. She was administratively separated with an honorable discharge.

She has recently graduated from Texas A&M University. At school, Jacqueline was the Secretary and Vice President of Student Veterans of America and is now the Co-Coordinator for the Women Veterans Program.

Jacqueline will begin an internship at the Student Veterans of America as a Policy Associate to help future student Veterans.

Thank you for your service, Jacqueline!

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Published on Jan. 13, 2019

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  1. Robert Bostic January 14, 2019 at 11:28 am

    Thank you for your service – Army Private First Class Jacqueline Swann!

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