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McIntyre completes Chaplain School




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U.S. Army Pvt. Lena D. McIntyre has graduated from the Chaplain Assistant Advanced Individual Training course at the Chaplain School in Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.

The course emphasized religious support, development of interpersonal skills, and unit ministry support to soldiers and family members. The support training provided services in a battlefield environment and battle fatigue casualty care.

Religious support classes instructed students to prepare altars for Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, and Orthodox worship services, and stressed the importance of being knowledgeable of all faith groups represented in the Army.

McIntyre is the daughter of Dee and Keith McIntyre of Floresville.

She is a 2012 graduate of Floresville High School.
 
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