Clear Lake High School graduate enlists in U.S. Air Force to study medicine

Clear Lake High School graduate Anna Leigh Baker, with TSgt William P. Coleman, enlists in the U.S. Air Force with 24 college credits and will pursue a career in medicine.

Clear Lake High School graduate Anna Leigh Baker, with TSgt William P. Coleman, enlists in the U.S. Air Force with 24 college credits and will pursue a career in medicine.

Anna Leigh Baker, daughter of Allen and Myrna Baker, has graduated from Clear Lake High School and enlisted in the United States Air Force. Anna graduated a full year early and will enter the Air Force with E2 rank after earning 24 college credit hours through her dual-credit studies.

“Anna is the perfect example of who the Air Force wants on our team,” said TSgt William P. Coleman with the 341st Air Force Recruiting Squadron. “Not only has Anna shown a high level of academic performance; her qualifications reflect a person of sound moral character.”

This summer, Anna will attend Basic Military Training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. “I have been working out to prepare for the physical challenges of basic training and I am excited about the adventures that lie ahead,” Anna says. “I will be earning college credit while in the Air Force, and then I plan to attend the Air Force Academy and work toward a career in medicine.”

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