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AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 11

AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 11 with Brigadier General Mark Maldonado

Episode 11: Part 2, of the interview with Brig Gen Mark Maldonado, the current Commander for the D.C. Air National Guard. In this part, we discuss his perspective on mentorship, the Air Force, tips for selecting a career path, and thoughts on the JAG Corp at large.

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AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 10

AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 10 with Brigadier General Mark Maldonado

Episode 10: Part 1, of an interview with Brig Gen Mark Maldonado, the current Commander for the D.C. Air National Guard, who also holds the remarkable achievement of attaining 3 AF Specialty Codes (AFSCs) through his career as a pilot, personnelist, and a judge advocate.

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“MORE THAN A DEPENDENT”

Modified illustration © iStock.com/Feodora Chiosea Barriers faced by military spouses in their careers. Vector of military spouses lagging behind in their career growth and divided by PCS gap.

By Lt Col Charlton Meginley. Professional military spouses are more than dependents. Many have more education, higher earning potential, and job satisfaction than their military spouse. Yet, most are often forced to quit their job and start over in the new PCS location.

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