“Veterans have received some of the best training in the world and most likely have used the latest technology and equipment currently in use,” says retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Paul Capicik, vice president, military programs and a 26-year veteran and former corporate chief information officer. Veterans offer potential employers valuable military critical skills and business-friendly skills gained while serving their country. These business-friendly skills learned through training and experience in the military, but often not taught in the civilian education system, include:
showing up on time, being a team player, critically focusing on the task at hand, being objective and goal oriented, having a keen consciousness for security and safety and demonstrating leadership and decision-making capabilities.

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