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Mike’s Experience With Travis Mills

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Say hi to Retired Staff Sargent Travis Mills, formerly of the 82nd Airborne, US Army. As you can see, Travis has undergone a few structural modifications, most visibly in the leg department. Likewise, his left arm is more machine than flesh, and though his right arm appears to be around my waist, it really isn’t….

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Mike’s Got Something to Say About the Military

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You want to know what gets Mike riled? It is finding out that the unemployment rate for returning GI’s is nearly three times that of the national average. It is criminal, especially when the reason has nothing to do with training or experience. In fact, returning GI’s are more than qualified to work, especially in…

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Honoring Fallen Soldier

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“Working for an airline sounds pretty cool, working on the ramp loading and unloading bags, freight and COMAT (company materials) that is hard work. That is what I do, day after day. But nothing compares when a military service member is coming home to his/her final resting place. I experienced for the first time a…

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Universal Technical Institute – Military Career Transition

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At UTI, they don’t just talk about your success. They stand behind it. You’ll find a host of support services that are designed to help you achieve your career objectives, including: Dedicated Military Admissions Support on Every Campus 10% to Military Veterans VA Benefits Support at Every Campus Financial Aid Assistance Location Relocation Assistance Available…

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Mike Rowe Works Hard for Unemployed Vets

Bruce Watson from AOL’s Daily Finance talked to Mike about the issues returning military face when trying to enter the work force again and how a “Reverse Boot Camp” could be beneficial.

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Dirty Truth: Mike’s Got Something to Say About our Military

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You want to know what gets Mike riled? It is finding out that the unemployment rate for returning GI’s is nearly three times that of the national average. It is criminal, especially when the reason has nothing to do with training or experience. In fact, returning GI’s are more than qualified to work, especially in…

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