This Week's Featured Jobs for Veterans

Sailors stand in formation during the change of command ceremony for Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 51 in the squadron’s hangar. During the ceremony, Cmdr. Carey Castelein relieved Cmdr. Stephen M. Froehlich as commanding officer of HSM-51.
U.S. Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Matthew C. Duncker/Released)

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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Material Handler

McKesson Multiple Locations

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


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)


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)



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)



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)



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)


WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon on Thursday tested a conventionally configured ground-launched ballistic missile, a test that would have been prohibited under the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty.

The United States formally withdrew from the landmark 1987 INF pact with Russia in August after determining that Moscow was violating the treaty, an accusation the Kremlin has denied.

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U.S. Air Force airmen from the 405th Expeditionary Support Squadron work together to clear debris inside the passenger terminal the day after a Taliban-led attack at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, Dec. 12, 2019. (U.S. Air Force/Airman 1st Class Brandon Cribelar)

Blasts from Taliban car bombs outside of Bagram Airfield on Wednesday caused extensive damage to the base's passenger terminal, new pictures released by the 45th Expeditionary Wing show.

The pictures, which are part of a photo essay called "Bagram stands fast," were posted on the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service's website on Thursday.

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The Pentagon's top spokesman tried to downplay recent revelations by the Washington Post that U.S. government officials have consistently misled the American public about the war in Afghanistan for nearly two decades.

Washington Post reporter Craig Whitlock first brought to light that several top officials acknowledged to the Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction that the war was going badly despite their optimistic public statements. The report, based on extensive interviews and internal government data, also found that U.S. officials manipulated statistics to create the public perception that the U.S. military was making progress in Afghanistan.

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Katherine Burton was sitting on her couch when she heard a scream.

Though she had not yet met her upstairs neighbors, Army. Col. Jerel Grimes and his wife Ellizabeth, Burton went to investigate almost immediately. "I knew it was a cry for help," she recalled of the August 1 incident.

Above her downstairs apartment in Huntsville, Alabama, Jerel and Ellizabeth had been arguing. They had been doing a lot of that lately. According to Ellizabeth, Jerel, a soldier with 26 years of service and two Afghanistan deployments under his belt, had become increasingly controlling in the months since the couple had married in April, forcing her to share computer passwords, receipts for purchases, and asking where she was at all times.

"I was starting to realize how controlling he was, and how manipulative he was," Ellizabeth said. "And he'd never been this way towards me in the 15 years that I've known him."

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The Hurt Locker will be getting the high-def treatment on Feb. 4, when Lionsgate releases it on demand in "Digital 4K Ultra HD."

And you know we just can't wait.

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