Sen. Brown trans­ferred to Pen­tagon Na­tional Guard

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BOS­TON | Re­pub­li­can Sen. Scott P. Brown has trans­ferred out of the Mas­sachusetts Army Na­tional Guard to a unit in Mary­land, al­low­ing him to work in a ma­jor po­si­tion at the Na­tional Guard’s Pen­tagon of­fice.

Mr. Brown told the Bos­ton Globe he re­quested to be moved out of Mas­sachusetts be­cause the fo­cus of news or­ga­ni­za­tions and na­tional Democrats on his Na­tional Guard record made it un­ten­able to con­tinue serv­ing here. He was pro­moted to the rank of colonel in Novem­ber.

Mr. Brown, who serves on the Se­nate Armed Ser­vices Com­mit­tee, is now the as­sis­tant to Col. Chris­tian Rofrano, the chief coun­sel of the Na­tional Guard

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Sen. Scott P. Brown, Mas­sachusetts Re­pub­li­can, has trans­ferred from his state’s Na­tional Guard to a unit in Mary­land, which al­lows him to serve in the Pen­tagon.

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