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Every year, the Army selects high-speed Soldiers to spend a year working with select civilian companies to gain on-the-job experience and skills that they can then take back to the military.
210512-A-XQ291-125.JPG Photo By: SFC Corey Baltos

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - Sgt. 1st Class Tabitha King, the noncommissioned officer in charge for the 404th Army Field Support Brigade, poses under her unit insignia. King was chosen to work Grainger Inc. as part of the Army’s Training with Industry program. The TWI program allows highly qualified Soldiers the opportunity to work in the private sector for 12 months, and then take the skills they learned and apply them when they return to the Army. She will begin working at Grainger this summer.


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