Defense

Many veterans have specific skills and advantages that make them uniquely qualified for the Defense industry. Use these resources to learn more.

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Anticipation: Networking and Planning Pay Off for Air Force Recruiter

“You’ll never hear ‘It’s not my department’ from a vet. They do what’s needed to make the mission happen. They also bring an innate flexibility to any job they tackle.”

Aerospace, Defense, Search & Employ®

Your Research Guide to a Career in Defense or Aerospace

By Rick Jones, vice president of sales at RecruitMilitary and a former master gunnery sergeant in the United States Marine Corps.

I encourage job seekers to use this guide to learn about the defense and aerospace industries and the job opportunities available in them. All of the URL’s below are...

Aerospace, Defense, Search & Employ®

Play Some "D" for Uncle Sam

Opportunities in Defense

You can probably retire your salute and might be looking forward to putting your uniform in mothballs. But just because you are leaving active duty, you do not have to stop serving your country. If wearing different clothes every day to work sounds pretty good, but you...

Defense, Search & Employ®, January-February 2016

Working in the DoD/ Intel Space

NJVC

NJVC is a global information technology (IT) support company headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, with additional facilities in the St. Louis metropolitan area. It specializes in supporting highly secure, complex IT enterprises in mission-critical environments, particularly for the...

Defense, Search & Employ®, Government, January-February 2015