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Home Joe Shakeenab, a 28-year Army veteran and president of APSU’s Military Alumni Chapter, joined the class to pursue his love for writing and to refine a piece of nonfiction he’s working on centered on. Joe Shakeenab, a 28-year Army veteran and president of APSU’s Military Alumni Chapter, joined the class to pursue his love for writing and to refine a piece of nonfiction he’s working on centered on.

Joe Shakeenab, a 28-year Army veteran and president of APSU’s Military Alumni Chapter, joined the class to pursue his love for writing and to refine a piece of nonfiction he’s working on centered on.

Joe Shakeenab, a 28-year Army veteran and president of APSU’s Military Alumni Chapter, joined the class to pursue his love for writing and to refine a piece of nonfiction he’s working on centered on.

Joe Shakeenab, a 28-year Army veteran and president of APSU’s Military Alumni Chapter, joined the class to pursue his love for writing and to refine a piece of nonfiction he’s working on centered on.

Joe Shakeenab and Jeff Bagley, both 28-year Army veterans, discuss the stories they’re working on in Writing for Military and Families, a class offered at Austin Peay State University through the Community School of the Arts.
Jeff Bagley, a 28-year Army veteran and retired Apache helicopter pilot, said, “I’m floored that someone contributed to make this class available at no cost to veterans and their families.”