S&T grad holds important job at the fort

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As deputy to the commanding general at Fort Leonard Wood, Rebecca Johnson, CerE’83, PhD EMgt’99, is the post’s highest-ranking civilian. Born in Morocco, Johnson got her early education mostly overseas — until her father retired from the Navy. In addition to her degrees from Missouri S&T, she earned a master’s degree in strategic studies from the U.S. Army War College.

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