We love to salute our veterans whether abroad, at home, or in this case, now officially retired, today we celebrate the retirement of 27-year Marine Corps Veteran, Master Gunnery Sergeant Seldon Jackson.

MGySgt Jackson hails from right down the road from us here in the Texarkana area, he grew up and graduated high school in Plain Dealing, Louisiana.

MGySgt Seldon Jackson Retires 3 - Photo: Lance Cpl. Ashley Corbo
MGySgt Seldon Jackson Retires 3 - Photo: Lance Cpl. Ashley Corbo
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After 27 years in the Marine Corps, MGySgt Jackson retired on June 18, 2022 with a Bachelors degree in Business Management from Northwood University and a Masters degree in Human Resources Management from the Florida Institute of Technology.

MGySgt Seldon Jackson Retires 2 - Photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Corbo
MGySgt Seldon Jackson Retires 2 - Photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Corbo
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In his final duty as a Marine, he served as the Force Inspector Chief for the Inspector General of Marine Forces Reserve.

MGySgt Seldon Jackson Retires 1 - Photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Corbo
MGySgt Seldon Jackson Retires 1 - Photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Corbo
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Enjoy your retirement Master Gunnery Sergeant Jackson, we thank you for your service to our country and salute you and all who serve honorably.

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