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Following in Footsteps
pictured left: incoming freshman on the first day of basic training; pictured right: Air Force Chief of Staff, General Norton Swartz with Kellen Curry on graduation day, May 27, 2009
I graduated from the US Air Force Academy in 2009 and followed my grandfather and father in wearing our nation's cloth.
The words of Air Force Chief of Staff General Norton Schwartz have always stuck: "Lead them well". Simple yet powerful — it reinforces what we all want and deserve which is leadership we can believe in.
Service and Sacrifice
I had the privilege of traveling across Afghanistan helping to restore peace and security in a volatile place.
Our time there claimed the lives of many, including classmates whose memories I'll never forget. I'll also never forget the trust our government placed in me to hold a Top Secret security clearance in procuring our military's cybersecurity weapon systems. National security is paramount to our way of life, and we must have leaders with experience and integrity to keep us safe.
Learning the Ropes
My J.P. Morgan journey was an incredible opportunity to work in our nation's economy and understand how the financial market underpins American economic growth.
As inflation, cost of living, and fears of recession create economic anxiety for Long Islanders, it is critical our Washington D.C. leadership can effectively serve our interests and secure federal support for our communities.
Fighting for Truth
Public officials owe our families and children a sacred obligation to represent our values with truth and transparency.
Our community and country face real challenges and opportunities, and we need a fully engaged member of Congress to deliver results for NY-3 families. In 2024, we get the chance to elect fresh leadership to restore trust and secure our future.
THE USE OF MILITARY IMAGES, PHOTOS, UNIFORMS, INSIGNIA AND ASSOCIATED ARTIFACTS DO NOT CONSTITUTE ENDORSEMENT BY THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE OR THE U.S. AIR FORCE
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