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Short-Timers in the Military,
Awaiting the Civilian World and
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  "Some potential employers may look at my profile and wonder how military experience can translate into success at a commercial, private sector ogranization. The military has instilled in me a variety of skills that have been useful throughout my professional career, including leadership, followership, commitment, strong work ethic, and loyalty. As far as PR is concerned, I believe there are a few basic fundamentals that apply to this area regardless of a company's nature. These abilities include audience analysis, message crafting, and delivery and have been my assets for the nine years I spent in the Air Force. The messages and delivery may be different but the basic fundamentals of internal communication remain the same." - Erin Dick, former Chief of Public Affairs at United States Air Force

 

 
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