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ASU PoliceOfficer Heading to Afghanistan

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by Pearlie M. Browser

The Albany State University Police Department, a proud supporter of the U.S. military, announces the upcoming deployment of ASU patrol officer Marvin Jennings. The Marine Corp Reserve gunnery sergeant is currently in training at North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune. Jennings will depart for a 12 month combat tour of duty in Afghanistan this June.

The department also recognizes Patrol Sgt. Taniece Harris, a sergeant in the U.S. Army Reserve. Harris completed a 12 month combat tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2012. “We will continue to support any of the active military personnel who are also employed in law enforcement on our campus as they protect our country and way of life here and abroad,” said ASU Police Chief John Fields.

For more information telephone the Albany State University Office of University Communications at (229) 430-4671.


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