Maria Daume, was born in a Russian prison and brought to Long Island, N.Y., at the age of 4 when she and her twin brother were adopted.
She Was Born In A Russian Prison And Became A US Marine. The Infantry Is Next
Maria Daume was born in a prison in Siberia, Russia, and now she’s a United States Marine headed to the School of Infantry.
Chief petty officers from Naval Air Station Jacksonville salute at the opening for the fiscal year 2013 chief petty officer pinning ceremony.
Joining the Military
Navy Will Hire Civilians As Chiefs And Captains Out Of Boot Camp
The Navy wants to recruit mid-career specialists to fill technical jobs. They will become chiefs and captains after only completing boot camp.
A squad of new Soldiers now in their second week of Basic Combat Training with B Company, 3rd Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment, tackle the final obstacle of the Fit to Win Endurance course on Fort Jackson, S.C., Oct. 1, 2015.
Joining the Military
‘Enlisted Military’ Ranks As One Of The Worst Jobs In The World
CareerCast’s annual jobs database rated enlisted military personnel as one of the worst jobs of 2016.
On set shooting the pilot in Manhattan. From left to right: our fantastic lead, Chris LaCour, as Marine vet Danny Butler; executive producer Dan Klein at the desk for his cameo role; Mooney, right, giving notes; executive producer Tom Mooney with the mane of silver hair.
Sarcasm, Scotch, And Veteran Stereotypes Led This Former Marine To Produce His Own TV Pilot
Marine vet Paul Mooney explains why he created the TV pilot “Vetted,” a comic story of being a veteran.
Sailors aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Halsey render a salute to Chief Electronics Technician Anthony Andersen as he departs the ship for his next command.
It’s Time To Abolish The Enlisted-Officer Divide
The Pentagon should get rid of the archaic system of dividing officers and enlisted in favor of something that reflects the modern military’s capabilities and responsibilities.
Leave Your Rank At The Door When You Choose Your Next Career
It is a huge misconception that enlisted service members cannot transition into leadership roles.
The Big Offensive Mistake Employers Make When Hiring Vets
This problem is indicative of how many managers go about hiring veterans.