This Week's Featured Jobs for Veterans

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Hiring managers know that the veteran and military community have the values and work ethic needed to succeed. Check out this week's featured jobs from top companies specifically looking for your military experience!


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McKesson

Material Handler

McKesson Multiple Locations

Responsible for shipping, receiving, storing, and distributing of products, materials, and equipment. (Expires on 8/13/2018)

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Ross Stores

Distribution Center Area Supervisor

Ross Stores - Multiple Locations

Oversee activities of full time and temporary associates. Duties include: assessing production schedules and standards while ensuring company policies and procedures are followed. (Expires on 8/13/2018)

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Rite Aid

Pharmacy Technicians

Rite AidMultiple Locations

Assist the Pharmacist and Pharmacy Manager with serving customers and maintaining the Pharmacy department. Responsible for performing all tasks in a safe manner consistent with corporate policies and state and federal laws. (Expires on 8/13/2018)

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Fiserv

Production Coordinator

FiservIndianapolis, Indiana

Perform all machining and assembly tasks in an efficient and timely manner. Setup and operate all production machines. (Expires on 8/12/2018)

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Fiserv

Card Emboss Operator

FiservIndianapolis, Indiana

Perform detailed machining and assembly tasks such as working from order ticket, gathering all materials requested for assembly and setting up embossing equipment. (Expires on 8/12/2018)

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Sodexo

Biomedical Technicians

Sodexo Multiple Location

Become an active team member within Sodexo Clinical Technology Management (CTM). Partner with our Healthcare clients to manage their medical equipment technology needs. (Expires on 8/14/2018)

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U.S. Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Matthew C. Duncker/Released)
Photo: Lance Cpl. Taylor Cooper

The Marine lieutenant colonel removed from command of the 1st Reconnaissance Battalion in May was ousted over alleged "misconduct" but has not been charged with a crime, Task & Purpose has learned.

Lt. Col. Francisco Zavala, 42, who was removed from his post by the commanding general of 1st Marine Division on May 7, has since been reassigned to the command element of 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, and a decision on whether he will be charged is "still pending," MEF spokeswoman 1st Lt. Virginia Burger told Task & Purpose last week.

"We are not aware of any ongoing or additional investigations of Lt. Col. Zavala at this time," MEF spokesman 2nd Lt. Brian Tuthill told Task & Purpose on Monday. "The command investigation was closed May 14 and the alleged misconduct concerns Articles 128 and 133 of the UCMJ," Tuthill added, mentioning offenses under military law that deal with assault and conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman.

"There is a period of due process afforded the accused and he is presumed innocent until proven guilty," he said.

When asked for an explanation for the delay, MEF officials directed Task & Purpose to contact 1st Marine Division officials, who did not respond before deadline.

The investigation of Zavala, completed on May 3 and released to Task & Purpose in response to a Freedom of Information Act request, showed that he had allegedly acted inappropriately. The report also confirmed some details of his wife's account of alleged domestic violence that Task & Purpose first reported last month.

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That's right, Superman is (at least temporarily) trading in his red cape, blue tights, and red silk underpants for a high and tight, a skivvy shirt and, well, he's still rocking silkies.

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Photo: Sgt. Raquel Villalona/U.S. Army
U.S. troops rejoice — the midnight curfew for service members in South Korea has been temporarily suspended, as command evaluates if you can be trusted to not act like wild animals in the streets of Pyeongtaek.

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Late last month Activision's Infinity Ward dropped a teaser trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare — a soft-reboot of one of it's most beloved games — and just two weeks after the May 30 reveal, the game developer unveiled some new details on what's in store for the first-person shooter's multiplayer: Juggernaut and ghillie suits!

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Members of the Iranian revolutionary guard march during a parade to commemorate the anniversary of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88), in Tehran September 22, 2011. (Reuters photo)

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Business Insider.

Iran says it will exceed limits on its enriched uranium stockpiles agreed in its 2015 nuclear deal, the latest escalation in tensions after the US accused Iran of sabotaging oil tankers last week.

Under the 2015 deal — formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) — Iran agreed with the Obama administration and several European states to limit uranium production.

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