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 Quantico Marine Corps base Commander Col. J.M. Murray; left, Marc Langlois, senior director Department of Navy at Microsoft; Rep. Rob Wittman, R-1st District; Sgt. Maj. Ronald Green; Brig. Gen. K.W. Stein, director of Marine and Family Programs; P. Barry Butler, president of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; John Watret, chancellor of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University worldwide campus, gather at the launch of the Microsoft Software & Systems Academy that will serve base personell, during a ceremony at the National Museum of the Marine Corps on Jan. 8. The MSSA will help veterans prepare for the digital economy with technology skills prior to transitioning to civilian life. In addition to technical skills, the MSSA helps service members brush up on resume and interview techniques – all of which have helped veteran graduates secure a job in IT with an average salary over $70,000. Submitted

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