Exchange employee devotes lifetime to serving troops

By Miranda Webber
Fort Gordon Exchange

When Doris Corbett began working for the Army & Air Force Exchange Service, Ronald Wilson Reagan was the President of the United States and a gallon of gas cost $1.13.

Corbett, a store assistant who works on the operations squad for the Exchange, started her career May 17, 1985 and has spent the last 29 years serving generations of Soldiers and Airmen.

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