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Miss America wants to encourage others to join the Air Force.

BeautyMiss America wants to encourage others to join the Air Force.

Madison Marsh, the first active duty service member to be crowned Miss America, plans to continue her commitment to the military while she takes on her new role. "We're trying to mesh both of these roles together, as I'm still on active duty and I could potentially become a recruiters for the Air Force," he said. The Air Force Academy graduate became the first Air Force person to win Miss America.

She said she learned a lot while she was at the academy, including what she can do as Miss America.

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The pilot said that she wouldn't be able to be Miss America or attend Harvard without the Air Force's support. She said they gave her all of the tools she needed at the Air Force Academy to compete in beauty contests and get scholarships. She wants to use artificial intelligence to detect cancer early, and she also wants to get more people to join the service. She died at the age of 41, without any high-risk factors. The new Miss America said that she sees her work in the nonprofit sector as the next step after her Air Force service. She wants to provide hope for other families and push in every sector to ensure that everyone is taken care of. If my mom can't be here, I want to make sure that other families have their mothers, brothers, sisters, fathers. Gabriel Hays and Janelle Ash contributed to the report.

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