R&B legend Keith Sweat, widely known for his 1987 classic album “Make It Last Forever,” made a trip to the Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Benning Tuesday to hang out with more than 50 wounded and injured soldiers.

Sweat has a new book out, “Make It Last Forever, The Dos and Don’ts.” Each soldier received a free signed copy of the book. The book signing was a chance to show appreciation to the wounded and injured soldiers.



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