Sgt. 1st Class Russell Minto, assigned to 901st Military Police Detachment, receives feedback and advice on his resume, from David Kupiec, facilitator from GBX Consultants, Inc., during the five day Transition GPS Workshop held Jan. 25 to 29 at Camp Zama Education Center. (U.S. Army Photos by Noriko Kudo)

Transition GPS workshop navigates Soldiers towards the next career

CAMP ZAMA, Japan (Feb. 4, 2016) -- Twenty-one Soldiers and one spouse participated in a five-day Transition Goals, Plans and Success Workshop held Jan. 25 to 29 for the first time at the Camp Zama Education Center to prepare for their separation......READ MORE





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