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And we do that morning's open by mail him at general Mitchell international airport it's common to see workers in uniform but many of you.
Please share a common bond of wearing a military and in the.
TSA and Milton where some -- in many ways and attacks many the same.
Kinds of people who are our look.
And to serve their country Susan -- he is one of more than sixty veterans employed by -- I think at the airport where all geared to.
On what together as a team to accomplish.
And -- obviously.
Protect the traveling public she and other veterans -- -- on the concourse in more ways than one makes me feel proud that they were.
Able to show that we -- we're doing our job.
To hell and -- Webber at the Korean War veteran and have been TSA for ten years.
And said the job we'll fill the designer and servicemen and when we had the.
9/11 we all wanted to do our part to help and get back into the system and get back into the security process.
And so a lot of lest it come right over here and and join hands and to be on that.
TSA Weber like many others are thankful -- -- -- he had been such an advocate to those who have served our country.
-- still want to be involved.
And our security process.
And they still want to feel that they're serving.
And so it gives them a chance to to express to do the job helps them continue to have a sense of pride -- -- Reporting in Milwaukee -- William -- to me.
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