“My father gave us two things we were never allowed to do,” Brent Crouch says. “The first was ride a motorcycle and the second was join the Army. So I dropped out of college and enlisted in the navy so I could see the world and serve my country.” This very first transition set him up for several smooth career transitions later on.
As someone who is on almost every veteran job listserv in my local area, I can tell you one of the most in-demand gigs are in the realm of security careers. From sporting arena security to hospitals, security is a concern for almost every large facility. If you are looking into a security career, some of the top options according to Securitas, a national security provider, include:
Way out in Nevada, the secret base from Independence Day — yes, Area 51 — is hiring a pilot for the only airline that flies direct to the secluded destination. Janet Air — as in “Just Another Non Existent Terminal” — flies a nondescript red-striped fleet of 737s from Las Vegas to various sandy, high-security government outposts where, as in Vegas, what goes on there stays there.
U.S. Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Matthew C. Duncker/Released)
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