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One in 5000: Precious Richardson and the Impact of JROTC

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Precious Richardson is a junior at Francis Lewis High School. She describes her experience with JROTC, the U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, and the impact the program has had on her.

Over 5000 people – including students, teachers, staff, and administrators – are part of the Francis Lewis High School community. One in 5000 is a multimedia series that delves into the individual stories of the people in our community. 

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