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DRIVE program a meld of compassion, connections

Elizabeth Ross is flanked by Lt. Col. Matthew Kowalski, 341st Training Squadron commander, and her supervisor, James Reese, at the grand opening of the DRIVE program office Nov. 16, 2020, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. Ross, an animal caretaker with the Military Working Dog Center, 341st TRS, is the first candidate successfully placed through the DRIVE program. DRIVE gives motivated, but disqualified, Airmen a chance to serve their country in ways other than in uniform. (U.S. Air Force photo by Annette Crawford)

PHOTO BY: Annette Crawford
VIRIN: 201116-F-DK070-0008.JPG
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