Check out these military veterans who successfully transitioned out of the military and into a civilian career. Arm yourself with the experience of the other veterans who went before you and prepare yourself for your post-military life!

St. Francis College Success Profile – Dalia Sabazan

   Dalia Sabazan Branch of service – U.S. Air Force Highest pay grade achieved - E-4 Military Occupation - Electronic Warfare, 2A2X3   Roles & Responsibilities of last position in the military? - Prepared aircraft for low altitude attack profiles, precision bombing, covert operations, and reconnaissance. Analyzed malfunctions, inspected, removed, maintained, and installed integrated avionics systems. Assisted in aircraft ...

St. Francis College Success Profile – Dalia Sabazan2019-07-01T10:51:50-04:00

Allied Universal Career Success Profile – Harold Underdown

Harold Underdown          Welcome veteran Harold Underdown to AU! Harold recently joined AU from U.S. Security Associates (USSA) after a distinguished 30-year career with the United States Navy as Master Chief Naval Special Warfare (SEAL). In his new role as Vice President of Training and Development, he will oversee the training ...

Allied Universal Career Success Profile – Harold Underdown2019-04-23T11:03:13-04:00

Nutrien Career Success Profile – Martin Gadecki

Martin Gadecki          Military Branch: US Army Highest pay grade: Specialist (E4) Military Occupational Skill/ Career Field: Special Electronics Repairer 39E Roles & Responsibilities of last position in the military:  Perform maintenance and repair on special electronic devices What was the biggest transition headache? The urgency in civilian life is not the ...

Nutrien Career Success Profile – Martin Gadecki2019-03-14T07:21:23-04:00

US Foods Success Profile – Issac G.

Issac G. -- CDL-A Delivery Driver            Military Branch: United States Marine CorpsYears Served: 2007-2011Highest pay grade: Corporal E-4Military Occupational Skill/ Career Field:  3531 Motor Transportation OperatorRoles & Responsibilities of last position in the military: Machine Gun Squad Leader – Responsible for the tactical deployment of light, medium or heavy weight machine gun squad ...

US Foods Success Profile – Issac G.2018-11-07T15:22:27-04:00

Homeserve Success Profile – Brian R. Luppino

Brian R. Luppino--Regional Operations Manager              Military Branch: United States Marine Corps Years Served: 4 years Highest pay grade: E-4 Corporal Military Occupational Skill/ Career Field:  MOS 0331 Marine Machine Gunner Roles & Responsibilities of last position in the military: Machine Gun Squad Leader – Responsible for the tactical deployment of light, medium ...

Homeserve Success Profile – Brian R. Luppino2018-11-01T19:45:21-04:00