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(Enlarge) Col. Edward C. Rothstein, Garrison Commander

It goes without saying that one of my primary duties as your garrison commander is to take care of my service members and their families. But what isn't said enough is that you do not just take care of a Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Marine or Coastie while they are in uniform.

As a good steward within our armed forces, it also is important to set them up for success once they trade in their Army greens for a three-piece suit, or their field manuals and regulations for textbooks. That's where programs like the Army Career Alumni Program, better known as ACAP, fit in.

This week's column from the Installation Management Command commander, Lt. Gen. Mike Ferriter, focuses on ACAP and the various services it provides.

George Matthews, Fort Meade's Transition Services-ACAP manager, runs a first-rate program that is here to help you prepare and get a leg up for life after the military.

For more information about Fort Meade's programs and services including what is available for non-Army personnel, call 301-677-9871. Team Meade!

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