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Local space warrior chosen for Army fellowship in D.C.

 

Last updated 2/2/2021 at 3:25pm

Courtesy of Master Sgt. Andrew Brown

Master Sgt. Andrew Brown, the senior enlisted adviser to the Space and Missile Defense Center of Excellence's commandant at Peterson Air Force Base, prepares to begin his tenure in the Army Congressional Fellowship Program, a three-year program for mid-to-late-career Army officers, senior non-commissioned officers and Department of the Army civilians that includes academic work, service on the staff of a member of Congress, and utilization on the Army or joint staff in a legislative liaison duty position.

FORT CARSON – For one U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command space warrior, it is the opportunity of a lifetime – an all-expense-paid master's degree from George Washington University and fellowships at the U.S. Capitol and the Pentagon.

Master Sgt. Andrew Brown, the senior enlisted adviser to the Space and Missile Defense Center of Excellence's commandant at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, was chosen for the Army Congressional Fellowship Program; his 44-month journey begins in May.

"Here's an opportunity to earn my graduate degree paid for by the Army while gaining in...



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