Minnesota National Guard launches second Pink Tank Project video

To build breast cancer awareness for all women, the Minnesota National Guard launched its second Pink Tank Project video for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

“This video highlights a 28-year-old Minnesota National Guard soldier who is battling breast cancer for the third time,” said Army Maj. Kristen L. Augé, Minnesota National Guard’s Deputy Director of Public Affairs.

“Sgt. Cassie Mecuk works fulltime as a human resource specialist for the Minnesota National Guard,” said Auge.  “She was initially diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 24-years-old.

“This project is to build breast cancer awareness for all women whether they wear the uniform or not,” said Auge. “The Pink Tank Project is a promise – a promise to yourself to conduct monthly self-breast exams and have mammograms as recommended by your health care provider.”

For more information on the Minnesota National Guard’s Pink Tank Project, visit www.MinnesotaNationalGuard.org/pinktank. See the Pink Tank Project video one at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAwNrGVcpDo.

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