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Recognizing the 2020 Armed Forces Optometric Society Award Recipients

On Veterans Day, we’re recognizing the 2020 award recipients from the Armed Forces Optometric Society (AFOS). Thank you for your service to our country and the profession!

Maj. Lyndsey Ferris, OD; AFOS Overall Junior Optometrist of the Year and Service Specific Junior Optometrist of the Year (Air Force)
Lt. Col. Richard Baird, OD; AFOS Overall Senior Optometrist of the Year and Service Specific Optometrists of the Year (Air Force)
Col. Jose Capo-Aponte, OD; AFOS Orion Award Winner
Maj. Justin Pao, OD; Service Specific Junior Optometrist of the Year (Army)
Lt. Courtney Rafferty, OD; Service Specific Junior Optometrist of the Year (Navy)
Paula Johns, OD; Service Specific Junior Optometrist of the Year (IHS)
Air Force Reserve Col. Barbara Wujciak, OD; Reserve Optometrist of the Year
LTC. Jennifer Stowe, OD; Service Specific Optometrists of the Year (Army)
CDR. Ann MacDonald, OD; Service Specific Optometrists of the Year (Navy)
CDR. Paul DeWitt, OD; Service Specific Optometrists of the Year (PHS)

 

Click here for the full award release from AFOS.

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