Civilian Spotlight: Getting to know Joanna Brunson
By Carrie E. David (SMDC/ARSTRAT)March 19, 2014
Name: Joanna Brunson, program support specialist, Technical Center, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command, Redstone Arsenal, Ala.
Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
Years of federal service: 25 years (21 years as a Soldier, four as a Department of the Army civilian; with SMDC since April 2003 -- seven years as a contractor)
Education: Bachelor of Science in business management with accounting
Marital status: Married
Activities/hobbies: Traveling and fishing
Favorite movie: All SyFy movies
Favorite TV show: Criminal shows
Favorite band: All
Favorite thing about working for the Army: I enjoy working with individuals who have a passion to want to develop technology that will save our Soldiers?' lives downrange
What made you want to work for the Army: I am a retired Soldier, and I have found working for the Army as a civilian is very fulfilling
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