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Offensive Guard, Capt. Ben Garland, Makes the Cut

Air National Guard 1st Lt. Benjamin Garland (63), Denver Broncos Offensive Guard and 140th Wing Public Affairs Officer, performs warm up drills at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium before a game in Denver, Colo. Aug 24, 2013. Garland, who originally entered the National Football League in 2010 after graduating from the U.S. Air Force Academy, was on the Bronco’s reserve/military list while fulfilling his active duty obligations in the Air Force. In 2012 Garland joined the Colorado Air National Guard and made the Broncos practice squad as a defensive lineman and is competing this season to make the 53 man final roster. (Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Wolfram M. Stumpf)

Air National Guard 1st Lt. Benjamin Garland (63), Denver Broncos Offensive Guard and 140th Wing Public Affairs Officer, performs warm up drills at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium before a game in Denver, Colo. Aug 24, 2013. Garland, who originally entered the National Football League in 2010 after graduating from the U.S. Air Force Academy, was on the Bronco’s reserve/military list while fulfilling his active duty obligations in the Air Force. In 2012 Garland joined the Colorado Air National Guard and made the Broncos practice squad as a defensive lineman and is competing this season to make the 53 man final roster. (Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Wolfram M. Stumpf)

DENVER, Colo. -- Ready54 interviewed Offensive Guard and Air National Guard Capt. Ben Garland, who explains the importance of staying resilient, embracing teamwork and balancing a civilian and military life. Ben Garland just made the Broncos team for the 2014-2015 Broncos season.

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