Middle Georgia Native Named State Director of Selective Service System
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A Middle Georgia native is representing the Peach State in the federal program that keeps track of all the young men in the country in case government needs to reinstate the draft.
Dr. Larry Stewart was nominated by Governor Nathan Deal and appointed Selective Service System Director Lawrence Romo to service as the state director for the Selective Service in July. As the state director, Stewart will provide liaison between the Selective Service System and the governor’s office.
Stewart has a long affiliation with the Selective Service. He lives in Forsyth and teaches at Savannah State University.
Dr. Stewart stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about his new job.