Augusta Warrior Project, Augusta Economic Development Authority give veterans tour of local industries

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Senior team leader Barry Austin (right), who served in the Army for 13 years and was a master sergeant, talks about his job at E-Z-GO during a tour of the headquarters. The tour Wednesday, which was co-sponsored by Augusta Warrior Project and Augusta Economic Development Authority, gave veterans the chance to visit local businesses - Solvay, DSM Chemical, General Chemical, NutraSweet and E-Z-GO - to learn about job opportunities.  JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF
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Senior team leader Barry Austin (right), who served in the Army for 13 years and was a master sergeant, talks about his job at E-Z-GO during a tour of the headquarters. The tour Wednesday, which was co-sponsored by Augusta Warrior Project and Augusta Economic Development Authority, gave veterans the chance to visit local businesses - Solvay, DSM Chemical, General Chemical, NutraSweet and E-Z-GO - to learn about job opportunities.
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