. Military-Civilian: Hot Jobs, Events, and Helpful Information for Veterans Seeking Civilian Careers

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

These camera-equipped dog goggles keep special-forces canines connected to their handlers

But the doggles don’t come cheap.
9 hours ago



Fusil and his gugglets Concepts
When Thomas was a special forces dog handler in the gendarmerie—a French militarized police force—he found it worrisome when he lost sight of his canine, Fusil. The pooch was trained to follow a laser beam that allows the handler to point to objects or places that are far away, and to work at night or other low-light conditions. But when the dog went out of view, he could not, of course, see what its status was.
“I had no way of knowing where he was, what he was seeing, or of giving him an order without raising my voice,” he says. “I just had to wait until he came back.”
So Thomas—who prefers that we not reveal his last name as he is still on active duty in the gendarmerie—started thinking about how to resolve these problems. He wanted to be able to see where the dog was, and to give it orders that only the animal would hear. And the system had to be comfortable and easy for it to wear.

Monday, January 20, 2020

Veterans need VHIC for in-person Commissary, Military Exchange, MWR access











The Defense Department has announced expanded Commissary, Military Service Exchange and MWR access Jan. 1 and established a standard for physical access to military installations.
Veterans who are eligible and want to take advantage of in-person benefits must have a Veterans Health Identification Card, or VHIC. Primary Family Caregivers must have an eligibility letter from VA’s Office of Community Care.
Veterans use VHICs for identification and check-in at VA appointments, but will also use them for base access under the new program.
Veterans eligible solely under this act who are eligible to obtain a Veteran Health Identification Card must use this credential for in-person installation and privilege access. The card must display the Veteran’s eligibility status (i.e., PURPLE HEART, FORMER POW or SERVICE CONNECTED).
Veterans eligible solely under this act who are not enrolled in or are not eligible to enroll in VA health care, or who are enrolled in VA health care, but do not possess a Veteran Health Identification Card will not have access to DoD and Coast Guard installations for in-person commissary, exchange, and MWR retail privileges, but will have full access to online exchanges and American Forces Travel.
Medal of Honor recipients and Veterans with 100% service-connected disability ratings are eligible for DoD credentials under DoD policy.





Friday, January 17, 2020

Female Close Protective Operatives for Dubai

Female Close Protective Operatives for Dubai: Seeking experienced female bodyguard. Great job in Dubai. But needs to be able to start immediately. Can be any nationality.

Female Close Protective Operatives for Dubai

Paramedic - OSCE Ukraine - (OSCEPAR11.19UK)

Paramedic - OSCE Ukraine - (OSCEPAR11.19UK): The Paramedic will provide Medical Support Services in accordance with OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to the Ukraine. (SMM). The Paramedic will provide emergent medical care to approximately 800 mission members patrolling the Eastern Region of the Ukraine.

Paramedic - OSCE Ukraine - (OSCEPAR11.19UK)

Door to Door/Sales/ Consulting

Door to Door/Sales/ Consulting: Become a Sales Rep at Prime Energy Solar and you can Receive up to $10,000 sign on bonus @ installation complete. Door to Door/Sales/ Consulting (out top reps make over $300,00 per year). Hiring for the New England Area.



Door to Door/Sales/ Consulting

Solar Sales Consultants

Solar Sales Consultants: We are looking for a result-driven retail Solar Sales Associate to be responsible for all sales duties, from generating leads to closing sales. Location; Hartford, CT.

Solar Sales Consultants

Project Manager Business Expansion

Project Manager Business Expansion: As the Project Manager for Las Vegas NV, you will play a critical role as William Hill’s business expands. You will be primarily responsible for the planning, development, management, and oversight of the business needs as it relates to the on-boarding of new states.

Project Manager Business Expansion

Human Resources Administration Assistant

Human Resources Administration Assistant: Solar Energy Company seeks an organized, detail-oriented individual to provide administrative support within the various Human Resources functions and duties for Milford, CT 06461.

Human Resources Administration Assistant

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Brad Cooper EA,J.D.

















Article Bio and Service

            Hello,
                        My name is Brad Cooper and I would like to introduce myself. In doing so, I will start of by providing background information about myself and why I would like to act as a liaison helping you address your difficult tax and accounting questions. I am a native of Camden, SC and graduate of the Camden High School class of 2004. After high school, I went into the US Air Force and attended Winthrop University. During my stint as a student at Winthrop University, I was a dual major with a concentration in both Pre-Law and Corporate Finance.
             Simultaneously, I also completed an Associates Degree in the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) with a concentration in Electrical and Mechanical Technology while in military service for a 9 year period. After earning my Bachelor's of Science, Bachelor's of Arts and Associate Degree within 4 years, I then moved away to attend Massachusetts School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. While there, I was an exceptional student and active participant in the local Boston community and local courts. After completing my law school studies in 2015 and earning my Juris Doctorate, I finished my academics studies at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego California earning my Master of Laws (LLM) with a concentration in both domestic and international taxation and tax planning; graduating with honors. I am the oldest son and have a younger brother Matthew Goodwin who is a graduate of Coastal Carolina and is now an active duty member of the U.S. Navy, stationed in Norfolk, VA.
                             I am a tax and accounting professional with over 8 years experience in finance and accounting; specifically taxation. Some specific areas include domestic and international taxation, SALT taxes, individual tax, business tax, payroll taxation, tax consultation and planning, tax research and resolution for HNWI. I am a dedicated professional who has demonstrated interest in my niche career field and has also gone on to obtain multiple licenses and certifications in tmy area and studied and worked with some of the best educational programs and corporations recognized around the world.                   Currently I am seeking to assist more active duty, guard and reserve, veterans, retired veterans and veteran owned businesses. I would like to assist these groups in the areas of tax preparation, small business bookkeeping, audit representations, resolving international tax filings and issues,  addressing post and pre-deployment tax related questions and overall address tax and accounting related questions individuals or business owners may have. I recognize the need for access to tax and accounting professionals who can help direct individuals and small businesses through the intricate maze of tax and the accounting fields. I would like to extend my services to my military community in hopes of helping our men and women in uniform and there families be a little less concerned about the aggressive powers the local, state and federal tax authorities possess.
                       If you would like to learn more about me Brad Cooper EA,JD.,LLM(tax), you can checkout my website, bdmtaxconsulting.com, where you can become a member of our newsletter or learn a little more about me, how I helped individuals similar to yourself and how easy it is to book an appointment or call with me today.
            Brad Cooper EA,JD.,LLM
               Brad Cooper EA, JD.,LLM
               Tax Practitioner

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

State Veteran’s Benefits

Find veterans benefits offered by each state. Did you know that state, city, and community programs also offer a range of veteran benefits and programs for qualifying vets and their families? There are also private groups that offer help with either direct benefits or resources to find veteran benefits. It’s important to know that there is no central repository of information for all such programs, but there are plenty of resources you can use to look up what is available in your area. See below for many ways to find and access these benefits.























Read more: https://militarybenefits.info/state-veterans-benefits/#ixzz6B3A6USQH

2020 Hiring Event - Fort Campbell, Kentucky at Cole Park Commons on the installation



The Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) will host its 2020 Spring Job Fair on Tuesday, March 17th and on Wednesday, March 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.at Cole Park Commons on the installation. Participation in the Job Fairs will expose you to regional, national and international job seekers who are highly sought after.

Friday, January 10, 2020

JobGettingResume.com Workshop













Job seeker, Be the 'Job Getting Champion'
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For us, we take upon us to free job seekers from frustration, confusion, distraction, and disappointment of job hunting.  The workshop is now our service work so that you can attend at a token rate of $25. Register early. It's for 24 job seekers only.

Free Financial Services For Veterans















I help veterans improve financial literacy by teaching them how money works.  I do this for FREE as a way to give back to a community that has given so much to me.   There's absolutely NO COST and NO STRINGS ATTACHED.  .

If you know of any fellow veterans who might benefit from my free services, please forward my digital business card.  I appreciate it.  

Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Caliburn Global Medical Services

Caliburn Global Medical Services: Global Medical Careers, The Middle East, The Caribbean, & Europe for US Citizens and Foreign Nationals, apply and please forward and share!!

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 Caliburn Global Medical Services


Friday, December 27, 2019

US Solider is killed in Afghanistan 2 days before Christmas















KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — An American service member was killed in combat Monday in Afghanistan, the U.S. military said, without providing further details, while the Taliban claimed they were behind a roadside bombing in northern Kunduz province that killed the U.S. soldier.

The latest fatality brings the number of U.S. deaths in Afghanistan this year to 20. There have also been three non-combat deaths in 2019. More than 2,400 Americans have died in the nearly 18-year conflict.

The Taliban now control or hold sway over practically half of Afghanistan but continue to stage near-daily attacks targeting Afghan and U.S. forces, as well as government officials — even as they hold peace talks with a U.S. envoy tasked with negotiating an end to what has become America’s longest war. Scores of Afghan civilians are also killed in the crossfire or by roadside bombs planted by militants.

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Caliburn International Helps Worldwide Community Avoid Deadly Explosive Hazards Through Training – October 25, 2019
















U.S. Ambassador Cherith Norman Chalet (right) presents a copy of one of 12 U.S.-developed training manuals to UN Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations Jean-Pierre Lacroix (left) (U.S. Department of State photo).
RESTON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Caliburn International, a professional services company serving national defense, international diplomacy, and homeland security clients, has developed new United Nations (UN) training materials focused on eliminating improvised explosive device (IED) threats that are impeding global peacekeeping operations.
In recent years, international peacekeeping missions have become more complex and dangerous. From 2015-2018, a total of 154 UN peacekeepers were killed in malicious attacks in operations. In a growing number of incidents, IEDs were the weapon of choice.
Funded through the U.S. Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI) in partnership with the U.S. Department of State and the UN Mine Action Service (UNMAS), Caliburn has created 11 training manuals focused on improvised explosive device disposal (IEDD) and conventional munitions disposal (CMD) training. The training integrates classroom instruction and practical exercises utilizing current industry best practices.
“The goal of the project was to create a complete, standardized training curriculum that would enable UN and international organizations to teach CMD, IEDD, hazard awareness, and IED threat mitigation skills using a common internationally recognized lexicon and an agreed upon set of standards,” said Mike Pate, Senior Vice President and Head of Caliburn’s Munitions and Environmental Remediation line of business.
“We are proud to serve as an integral part in this global effort to generate improved capacity to defeat these deadly explosive hazards and further improve the interoperability of UN peacekeeping forces,” said C.D. Moore, Caliburn’s Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President.
UNMAS and capacity-building partners such as the U.S. have increased support for counter-IED and related training for troop and police contributing countries. However, the differences in training standards across the UN and other training providers have hampered the effectiveness of such efforts, until now.
UNMAS rolled out the new course materials at an international workshop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense’s Africa Command, in Nairobi.

About Caliburn International, LLC
We are a leading provider of professional services and solutions to U.S. federal government agencies and commercial clients. We provide consulting, engineering, medical, and environmental services as well as large scale program management in support of our core markets of national defense, healthcare, international diplomacy, and homeland security client readiness. Caliburn employs approximately 8,000 dedicated professionals deployed across five continents. The company’s website is www.caliburnintl.com.

Caliburn International Renovates Al-Sqor Primary School in Iraq – October 21, 2019












Caliburn Chief Operating Officer, C.D. Moore, attends a Grand Opening Ceremony for the newly renovated Al-Sqor Primary School in Bakar Village on September 29, 2019.
Reston, Va. – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Caliburn International, LLC (Caliburn) recently completed a renovation of the Al-Sqor Primary School in Bakar Village. Located a short distance from Balad Air Base in Iraq, the village has endured years of conflict and unrest from the Iraq War through the insurgence, contributing to the school’s state of disrepair.
Caliburn identified specific needs to address in the renovation, focusing on shielding students from inclement weather, providing access to functional restrooms/washrooms, and enhancing classroom resources for the 600 boys and girls who attend the school each year.
“This was a wonderful opportunity to give back to the local community, which has always been supportive of Caliburn’s work in Iraq. Many of our Iraqi employees have children who attend the Al-Sqor Primary School, and we wanted them to have access to a clean, safe, and comfortable environment,” said Caliburn’s Chief Operating Officer, C.D. Moore.
Completed in three weeks, the renovation included cleaning and sanitizing all interior surfaces, repairing the roof, replacing classroom ceiling fans, replacing broken windows, replacing plumbing fixtures and restoring the bathrooms to working order, cleaning the school grounds and removing all debris, repairing classroom floors, and providing new desks and seats for the students.
Renovations were completed in advance of the start of the school year on September 25, 2019. Moore attended a Grand Opening Ceremony at the school on September 29, along with the Balad Base Commander and community leaders. At the ceremony, Caliburn distributed school supplies and dental care kits to the incoming students.
About Caliburn International, LLC
We are a leading provider of professional services and solutions to U.S. federal government agencies and commercial clients. We provide consulting, engineering, medical, and environmental services as well as large scale program management in support of our core markets of national defense, healthcare, international diplomacy, and homeland security client readiness. Caliburn employs approximately 8,000 dedicated professionals deployed across five continents. The company’s website is https://www.caliburnintl.com/.

Janus Global Operations team clears vital Iraqi road of IEDs – October 4 2018













The Janus Global Operations team operating in Iraq on behalf of the U.S. Department of State’s Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement continues to assist Iraqi forces in making Iraq safe for its citizens. Demining experts from Janus Global, an integrated stability operations company, recently disarmed large improvised explosive devices (IED) embedded in and near a main Iraqi roadway near Baghdad.

The explosive devices, hidden in six sites, totaled nearly 400 pounds of explosives. They were found within a 100-meter stretch of a main supply road between Amariyah and Fallujah, about 20 miles west of Baghdad, Iraq’s capital city. The IEDs, neutralized by Janus Global, included five artillery shells ranging in size from 105 millimeters to 155-millimeters; one directional fragmentation charge, and an IED composed of three charges placed in 5-gallon fuel cans. Insurgents wired the devices so that they could be detonated from a distance.

Iraq’s Security Forces (ISF), while conducting a security sweep, discovered what appeared to be IEDs embedded (buried) in a main road and placed in a nearby culvert. The insurgents placed aiming markers on the roadsides to know at what point detonations would do the most damage to vehicles and the people in them.

Before commencing operations, Janus Global first used an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to survey the site. Aerial reconnaissance revealed four IED positions. Two more were discovered during further exploration. When work began, Iraqi Forces established a perimeter around the worksite for area security, and Janus Global personal security staff kept watch over two explosive ordnance removal teams working from opposite ends of the road for close protection.

The IEDs were connected by command wires to a firing point in a house about 250 meters from the road. Using advanced mine detection and clearance equipment and procedures, the teams isolated the IEDs and cut them off from the possibility of remote detonation.

The teams had to literally dig the buried IEDs out of the road, which is quite dangerous.  After ensuring the IEDs were no longer a threat, Janus Global repaired the road, which is a vital link between the Amariyah and Fallujah communities.

About Janus Global: Janus Global Operations is an integrated stability operations company with thousands of employees serving clients in North America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Janus’ services include munitions response; demining; IED remediation; intelligence support; logistics; life support; risk management; communications; and other services in some of the world’s most challenging and hostile environments. Janus is part of the Caliburn Companies.  The company’s website is www.janusgo.com.

About Caliburn International, LLC:  We are a leading provider of professional services and solutions to U.S. federal government agencies and commercial clients. We provide consulting, engineering, medical, and environmental services as well as large scale program management in support of our core markets of national defense, international diplomacy, and homeland security client readiness. Caliburn employs over 7,000 dedicated professionals deployed across five continents.  The company’s website is www.caliburnintl.com.