WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor reminds the nation’s job creators they have one week left to submit their application for the 2019 HIRE Vets Medallion Award. The application period for the inaugural award closes on April 30, 2019. Continue reading U.S. Department of Labor Announces Final Week to Apply for the HIRE Vets Medallion Award
In celebration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day on June 6, Phillips 66® Aviation and Phillips 66® Lubricants are proud to support the “Miss Montana to Normandy” mission to fly a historic C-47 warbird in Daks Over Normandy,a flyover of more than 30 international aircraft to commemorate the day the Allies invaded Western Europe in World War II. Phillips 66 Aviation is contributing fuel, and Phillips 66 Lubricants is supplying aviation engine oil and Hydraulic Oil.
Continue reading Phillips 66 joins effort to commemorate D-Day, fly vintage warbird alongside D-Day Squadron
As more women pursue careers in the military, their numbers in the senior enlisted and officer ranks have increased dramatically, according to a report released last week by the Service Women’s Action Network (SWAN). Continue reading Number of Female Generals, and Admirals Has Doubled Since 2000
Would you purchase a house without consulting a realtor? What about transitioning out of the military and starting a civilian career without the help of a military recruiter? Continue reading Would you Buy a House without a Realtor? The Top Five Ways Military Recruiters are like Realtors
It’s never too late to pay your respects to the fallen – and for Gary Marquardt, that meant learning to play the trumpet at 66 years old.
Continue reading Man Taught Himself to Play the Trumpet Solely So He Could Play Taps for Fallen Soldiers
By Chief Mass Communication Specialist Stacy D. Laseter
MALAYSIA, Philippines – Navy Information Systems Technician 3rd Class Steven Maciel, a native of Yorba Linda, California, is participating in Pacific Partnership, the largest annual multinational humanitarian assistance and disaster relief preparedness mission in the Indo-Pacific region.
Continue reading Sailor Spotlight! Navy Information Systems Technician Participates in Humanitarian Efforts in Malaysia
Creating a well-functioning and welcoming work environment for veteran employees can improve the work environment for all employees. Effective communication has been shown to lead to improved performance and morale. Continue reading Communicating with Veterans in the Workplace—A Guide for Supervisors And Managers
Some job listings will say “cover letter required,” while others don’t include any mention about it at all. When it comes to the ladder, many applicants often wonder, Should I submit one in anyway?
Continue reading 3 times you can skip the cover letter—and the 1 time you absolutely shouldn’t
GWACs, IDIQs, T&M—oh my! To a new business owner, these acronyms look like alphabet soup. To government entities, they look like work. But to a veteran business owner competing for a government contract, “GWAC, IDIQ, and T&M” look like opportunity.
Continue reading Government Contracting for Your Veteran-Owned Business
National Veterans Memorial & Museum (NVMM) recently announced that it will offer free entry for any US Military Veteran, Active-Duty Military Member and Gold Star Families. Continue reading Free for Active Duty Military: National Veterans Memorial and Museum