During his 32 years of National Guard service, which started long before he entered the halls of government, Republican Scott Brown has established a strong record bolstered by consistently high officer evaluations. But since being elected to the Senate in 2010, his service has taken on a political patina, with the Guard providing him unusual opportunities he has used as fodder for his campaign, as well as flexibility necessary to participate in one of the country’s most hotly contested elections.
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