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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Alexandre Rogan, 100th Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog handler and trainer, and his partner, MWD Oorion, pose for a photo Oct. 30, 2017, outside the 48th Medical Group on RAF Lakenheath, England.  Rogan was recently accepted to become an officer in the Medical Service Corps – an extremely competitive career field of just 950 people – and underwent job-shadowing for six months at the medical group as an additional part of his submission package. (U.S. Air Force photo by Karen Abeyasekere) 100th SFS handler pursues future in Medical Service Corps
Although he put together three packages to become an officer, something stopped Staff Sgt. Alexandre Rogan from submitting them. Then in 2016, he went to an officer briefing and learned about the Medical Service Corps, which took his life on a different path completely.
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