Sgt. Garret Baganz (from left), Spc. Tyler Sonsoucie and Spc. Ian Sokol worked on an engine during an automotive skills class at Fort Hood, Texas. The men are participants in Shifting Gears, a program sponsored by General Motors that teaches automotive skills and tries to match participants with dealerships around the country.
Sgt. Garret Baganz (from left), Spc. Tyler Sonsoucie and Spc. Ian Sokol worked on an engine during an automotive skills class at Fort Hood, Texas. The men are participants in Shifting Gears, a program sponsored by General Motors that teaches automotive skills and tries to match participants with dealerships around the country. Deborah Cannon The Associated Press
Sgt. Garret Baganz (from left), Spc. Tyler Sonsoucie and Spc. Ian Sokol worked on an engine during an automotive skills class at Fort Hood, Texas. The men are participants in Shifting Gears, a program sponsored by General Motors that teaches automotive skills and tries to match participants with dealerships around the country. Deborah Cannon The Associated Press

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