If not the NFL, Navy QB selects Information Warfare Career Path



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From Jill Martin, CNN

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland—Football is only part of the equation for Midshipman First Class Keenan Reynolds, who is majoring in international relations. Everyone that graduates from the U.S. Naval Academy is obligated to serve five years in the U.S. Navy or U.S. Marine Corps.

After a record-breaking 14th straight victory over Army along with other NCAA records, Midshipman Reynolds could receive a special waiver from the Pentagon if the NFL is in his future. If not, Reynolds seems very excited about his postgraduate plans, tweeting on November 19th, “Got my first choice, Information Warfare!”

Upon graduation next May, Reynolds will be welcomed by the Pentagon to join other U.S. Naval Academy and West Point graduates in the latest war-fighting domain—Cyber.

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