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Feds Hire Vets - Vet to Vet
Feds Hire Vets - Vet to Vet

I am a retired U.S. Navy First Class Petty Officer. In 1998, I took advantage of the Fifteen Year Early Retirement program. While serving on four Aircraft Carriers in the Western Pacific, the U.S. Navy shaped and prepared me for

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I joined the Air Force (active duty) in October of 2001. I served three years on active duty before transitioning to the Maryland Air National Guard, where I still serve today. I have been a crew chief my entire Air Force career, having maintained F-15C and A-10C aircraft. I utilized my GI Bill and Air National Guard tuition assistance to earn a

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Mr. McClimans was appointed as the Director, Division of Medical Countermeasure Strategy and Requirements (Acting) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) by Dr. Sally Phillips in February 2016. As Director Mr. McClimans

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My Navy career began while I was in college at The University of Michigan studying engineering. With no money for tuition following my sophomore year, a family that was in no position to contribute financially, and a deep aversion to loans and debt, I was fortunate enough to be selected into the

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My transition from Air Force Officer to civilian was a challenge. I had been wearing the uniform since I was 17. My father and both of my brothers also wore the uniform, and I had no idea how to job search, or where to start. Last year at age 27, I found myself in a whirlwind of transition. I completed my final Air Force assignment on

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I was born in the Bronx, New York and moved to Overland Park, Kansas when I was 6.  Talk about two extreme areas of our country!  I was the first in my family to attend college, and without the support of the United States Air Force I probably

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My name is Joan Service. What a unique last name to have especially in my line of work. I am an advocate in the

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I went from being a taxi driver to a career in the Army to a Facilities Project Manager with the IRS. After being

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Being born with hearing problems and then briefly going deaf for about two years in my early years, I suspected my parents thought I would live a hard life in going without, but that all changed when

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I grew up in a small town in Connecticut. To earn money for back-to-school items, I worked at

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