Face of Defense: Sailor Gains New Perspective Through Auxiliary Duty

When Navy Seaman Jason Sukhu, a hospital corpsman, arrived at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, he was asked if he wanted to volunteer for a collateral duty. He joined the medical center's auxiliary security force to put him a step ahead of his peers, but now finds the ASF to be a fun way to get a different perspective on other sailors’ jobs.

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