JUST DON'T SIGN YOUR LOYALTY TO ANYONE BUT THE CONSTITUTION AND THE POPULATION OF THE USA. I MEAN YOUR EVERY DAY WORKING PEOPLE. THAT MAY BE DEMANDED OF YOU BUT DO NOT FALTER. YOU CAN NOT TRUST EVERYONE NOW-A-DAYS.
Can anyone use a trained killer?
CVICKERS@PEOPLESCOUT.COM a military recruiter, will tell you what to do and how to do it, and evaluate what you skills are and find you a job, relocate if necessary, talk to this MY SON, he has some answers for you.
My husband has tried several times to hire a vet, every single time they turned him down and said they would loose thier disablity if they go to work for him. If you want us to hire the vets, then you need to work with them, and supliment the difference in income, give them their bennifits and allow them to work enough ours for the cost of living wage. I certainly think they would be much better workers than those who are on unemployment or just loosing it cause they tend to only work long enough to quit and get on it again.
what civilian occupations will handle a bombardier????
Although you may be a bombadier you had other things to do besides just loading, dropping or whatever bombs. You were in a unit, squadron, company, etc and you had other tasks to handle besides just that. That was your MOS maybe, but didn't you do anything else or did you just sit and wait to drop the bomb? My husband was 20 yrs in the Army, first as a Nike Radar Repairman (24P) and then in '79 became a Patriot Radar Repairmand and put in the first support unit in Hanau, Germany as a 24T. He didn't just reapir the equipment, although I never knew exactly what he did, but he was in charge of others at times, he had to do paperwork that reflected the work done or how they overcame a problem, etc. You never know what your skills are because you look at the big picture and not all the little things that add up and because often times colleges (community or higher) don't know how to trade your work for credits, or they weren't taught by the Army , but by the company that made the equipment because there were no schools in the Army to yet to teach the classes. Try looking for someone in your community who has been there, has done what you do, meaning they were in the military and have learned how to use their skills to their advantage. I would also like to see people hire older vets who have been laid off and for whatever reason you don't get hired. There is still life in many of our vets in their 60s or above, younger people just out of college have great book knowledge in some things and yet no skill either on the job or even people skills and must be taught how to do the same things these members can do. Good luck and thank you for your service.