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JUNCTION CITY, Kan., Sept. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Active-duty service members at Fort Riley, Kansas—one of the largest U.S. military installations—will receive data-guided recommendations for upskilling and employment opportunities as they prepare for the transition to the civilian workforce, thanks to a new pilot program called Junction Military Civilian Innovation. Using a career advising platform built by data services firm AstrumU®, the program will harness the power of data science to analyze the skillsets of thousands of active-duty soldiers, helping them to identify right-fit career opportunities across a network of some of the region's largest employers.

Retired Lt. Gen. Mike Dodson, left, shakes hands with Maj. Gen. Patrick D. Frank, then-Fort Riley acting senior commander, during a Victory wi…

A crew member with the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, looks out the side of an HH-60 Blackhawk in May at Fort Riley. Abou…