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)


U.S. Air Force/Tech. Sgt. Brian Kimball

Editor's Note: This article by Oriana Pawlyk originally appeared on, a leading source of news for the military and veteran community.

Calling aviation geeks in New York City: The British are coming.

In their first visit to the United States since 2008, the Royal Air Force "Red Arrows" will perform an aerial demonstration next week over the Hudson River, according to an Air Force news release. F-35 Joint Strike Fighters, the Air Force Thunderbirds and Navy Blue Angels demonstration teams will also be part of the show.

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U.S. Air National Guard/Staff Sgt. Michelle Y. Alvarez-Rea

Frances and Efrain Santiago, natives of Puerto Rico, wanted to show their support last month for protesters back home seeking to oust the island's governor.

The couple flew the flag of Puerto Rico on the garage of their Kissimmee home. It ticked off the homeowners association.

Someone from the Rolling Hills Estates Homeowners Association left a letter at their home, citing a "flag violation" and warning: "Please rectify the listed violation or you may incur a fine."

Frances Santiago, 38, an Army veteran, demanded to know why.

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Todd Rosenberg/AP

A West Point graduate received a waiver from the U.S. Army to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles on Friday, and play in the NFL while serving as an active-duty soldier.

The waiver for 2nd Lt. Brett Toth was first reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter, who said that Toth signed a three-year deal with the Eagles. Toth graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in 2018.

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Indiana National Guard

The Indiana National Guard soldier who was killed on Thursday in a training accident at Fort Hood has been identified as 29-year-old Staff Sgt. Andrew Michael St. John, of Greenwood, Indiana.

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QUETTA, Pakistan/KABUL (Reuters) - The brother of the leader of the Afghan Taliban was among at least four people killed in a bomb blast at a mosque in Pakistan on Friday, two Taliban sources told Reuters, an attack that could affect efforts to end the Afghan war.

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