WASHINGTON, D.C. — He’s accomplished far more than he ever imagined eight years ago, when he was working at Dairy Queen and a home reconstruction business in his hometown of Clinton. A small, inspired act will soon take him to the White House and lead him on a journey of a lifetime.
An Army medic, Staff Sgt. Kyle Busby wanted a change after his three years of recruiting duty at the Dentsville Recruiting Station, in Columbia, S.C., and he set the wheels in motion that led him down a new path.
In August, Busby will join the White House Medical Unit (WHMU). The WHMU provides comprehensive medical care to the President, the Vice President and their immediate families. The unit is part of the White House Military Office and is also responsible for any emergency care for over 1 million tourists, guests, and international dignitaries who visit the White House annually. For the complete article see the 06-29-2012 issue.
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