KILLEEN — Before she became a soldier, former Fort Hood Spc. (E-4) Stephanie Cameron had her sights set on a career as a physical therapist, but life took a detour after high school and she found herself one day at a recruiter’s office signing up for a six-year hitch in the U.S. Army.

Growing up in Bartlesville, Okla., about 45 miles north of Tulsa, Cameron participated in the usual lineup of sports — volleyball, basketball, softball, track, cross-country — and developed an interest in physical therapy as a volunteer for several years at camps for children with disabilities.

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tankgunner65

Ok, so how many other veterans are working for the city? (Pretty sure that plenty), how is this new?

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