Veteran helps other veterans navigate college

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When George Turner left the Air Force, he found himself missing “meaningful work.”
As the new Vet Corps navigator at Big Bend Community College, where Turner is studying computer science, he finds himself again doing something important – helping former members of the military make their way into and through college.
“It’s good to be in a position to help fellow vets,” he said.

A Russian linguist for more than 15 years, the 37-year-old Turner left the military earlier than he hoped because of an injury. An Air Force “brat,” he didn’t really have a home to return to, so he promised his wife – a native of Wenatchee – they’d settle someplace closer to her home.
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