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User:Dan Rosenthal

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Educational highlights- BS Political Science, Florida State University, (Emphasis on National Security studies), minor- Communications Theory and Rhetoric. Professional highlights- co-founder and national president, Collegiate Veterans Association ( www.collegiateveterans.org), charter member and National Legislative Director, Iraq War Veterans Organization (www.iraqwarveterans.org ). U.S. Army 2001-2006. Achieved rank of Sergeant. Military Occupational Specialty- 11B20 Infantry, served in both Infantry units and RSTA (Reconnaissance, Surveillance, Target Acquisition) scout platoon. Deployed, Operation Iraqi Freedom, January 2003- March 2004. Private Pilot license, Rotorcraft, certified on Robinson R22 helicopters.



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