Man to Man with Jeremy Hilton

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Man to Man with Jeremy Hilton

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Image: Macho Spouse – 2012 Military Spouse of the Year Jeremy Hilton Air Force male military spouse and advocate for military families and dependents impacted by illness or disability – Macho Spouse

 

The 2012 Military Spouse of the Year, Jeremy Hilton is an Air Force male military spouse and advocate for military families and dependents impacted by illness or disability. In this Man-to-Man video, Jeremy shares some great advice and life lessons.  Male military spouses of all age ranges and experience will find some useful information in this interview.  (Length: :07:12)



 


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