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In 2011, a family of 7 OEF/OIF veterans who were disheartened by the sheer number of military men, women, and spouses that struggled to make a successful transition from military-to-civilian life. With a burning desire to take action, Centurion Military Alliance (CMA) was formed and the family immediately took the initiative to personally fund their own program as well as partner with leadership from the local community who not only agreed with the spirit and intent of CMA’s mission, but also to take the necessary actions to prepare, train and educate the nation’s transitioning service members (wounded, ill, or injured), veterans, primary caregivers to wounded warriors, and military spouses; with the purpose of providing the knowledge, tools and resources required to successfully transition their military skills into a civilian career.

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