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Tar Heel veteran prepares for career in Air Force public affairs


Caitlin Russell spent the past six years working on public affairs in the Air Force, flying in Black Hawks and documenting military training exercises. Now she's in Chapel Hill gaining new skills to take her career to the next level. Russell has turned to the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media, where she is studying advertising and public relations. (UNC.edu)

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Tar Heel veteran prepares for career in Air Force public affairs


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