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Lt. Col. Joseph H. Afanador, United States Army Recruiting Command, command psychologist shares his experiences as an Army psychologist at a breakout session during the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Afanador was one of seven military psychologists selected by the APA’s Society for Military Psychology, Division 19, to sit on a panel to answer questions regarding psychology and their military career. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Capt. Emily Burris, clinical psychology resident with Brooke Army Medical Center, speaks with an attendee of the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Burris was on hand with Soldiers from the San Francisco Medical Recruiting Station to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Staff Sgt. Shanna M. Rodriguez, health care recruiter with the San Francisco Medical Recruiting Station, and Capt. Emily Burris, clinical psychology resident with Brooke Army Medical Center, speak with an attendee of the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Rodriguez and Burris were on hand with explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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U.S. Army medical recruiters and subject matter experts at the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. From left to right; Sgt. 1st Class Anthony M. Foronda, Lt. Col. Joseph H. Afanador, Capt. Emily Burris, Staff Sgt. Shanna M. Rodriguez, and Maj. Lakishia M. Simmons.
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Capt. Emily Burris, clinical psychology resident with Brooke Army Medical Center, speaks with an attendee of the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Burris was on hand with Soldiers from the San Francisco Medical Recruiting Station to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Maj. Lakishia M. Simmons, San Francisco Medical Recruiting Station officer-in-charge, speaks with an attendee of the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Simmons was on hand with her team to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Staff Sgt. Shanna M. Rodriguez, health care recruiter with the San Francisco Medical Recruiting Station, scans a QR code of an attendee of the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Rodriguez and Capt. Emily Burris, clinical psychology resident with Brooke Army Medical Center, with were on hand with explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Maj. Lakishia M. Simmons, San Francisco Medical Recruiting Station officer-in-charge, speaks with an attendee of the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Simmons was on hand with her team to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Lt. Col. Joseph H. Afanador, United States Army Recruiting Command, command psychologist shares his experiences as an Army psychologist at a breakout session during the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Afanador was one of seven military psychologists selected by the APA’s Society for Military Psychology, Division 19, to sit on a panel to answer questions regarding psychology and their military career. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Maj. Lakishia M. Simmons, San Francisco Medical Recruiting Station officer-in-charge, speaks with a convention attendee and her parent at the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Simmons was on hand with her healthcare recruiting team to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Staff Sgt. Shanna M. Rodriguez, health care recruiter with the San Francisco Medical Recruiting Station, speaks with an attendee of the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Rodriguez was on hand with Soldiers from her station to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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United States Army Recruiting Command’s Command Psychologist, Lt. Col. Joseph H. Afanador and Greg Florey, conventions exhibitor, National Conventions Division speaking with an American Psychological Association 2018 Convention attendee about the benefits of a psychology career in the Army. Afanador and Florey were on hand with members of the San Francisco Medical Recruiting Station to explain the advantages and opportunities of careers in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Lt. Col. Joseph H. Afanador, United States Army Recruiting Command, command psychologist speaks with an attendee of the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Afanador was on hand with members of the San Francisco Medical Recruiting Station to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Maj. Lakishia M. Simmons, San Francisco Medical Recruiting Station officer-in-charge, speaks with an attendee of the American Psychological Association 2018 Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on August 9. Simmons was on hand with her team to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Present and Past USAREC Command Psychologists, Lt. Col. Joseph H. Afanador (left) and Lt. Col. Craig M. Jenkins (right) receive the 2018 Julius E. Uhlaner Award from Society for Military Psychology Division 19 President retired USAF Lt. Col. Mark Staal during the #APA2018 Convention in San Francisco, Califorinia. The Office of Command Psychologist was recognized with the Julius E. Uhlaner Award for their efforts to improve the effectiveness of the assessment for Soldiers being considered for or assigned to recruiting duty.
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