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Hardin graduates from officer leader course




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U.S Army National Guard 2nd Lt. Woodrow E.G. Hardin has graduated from the Army Basic Officer Leader Course at Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga.

The training is designed to ensure a tough, standardized, small-unit leadership experience for officers. The primary mission of the course is to develop and produce adaptive officers with increased maturity, confidence, and competence that share a common bond with their combined arms peers and are prepared to lead small units upon arrival at their first assignment.

Hardin is the son of Barney and Tammy Hardin of San Antonio.

He graduated from a home-school program in 2007 and earned a bachelor’s degree in 2011 from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio.
 
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