Grant Gallagher was making a decent living working sheet metal, but he began to wonder where it might lead over a lifetime. Then one of his coworkers told him about his son who had joined the Air Force and was a remote pilot. That’s when the light bulb went off for Gallagher.
“I wanted to join something that was actually going to give me an education and a career path,” Gallagher said, adding that he really likes what the Air Force stands for.
That was in no small part due to the family that would come to rely on him.
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