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April 26th, 2011
Airman Aims High with Online GIS Degree

Spence uses his GIS degree to maintain the Air Force’s multi-million-dollar GeoBase, the geospatial foundation on which numerous Air Force communities can be built. The flying community uses the GeoBase as a backdrop for approach and departure corridors on airfields and ranges to enhance training.

Spence believes a degree in GIS opens up a whole new world in civilian engineering and once he retires from the Air Force he will be well prepared for a civilian job. Add this to his already outstanding GIS accomplishments and Spence has a bright future ahead of him.

For more information about American Sentinel University’s GIS degree programs, please visit

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