The REPC is a product of the Secretary of the Air Force's Public-Public, Public-Private Partnership initiative. The community has been working this P4 initiative together since earlier in the summer during a sequence of workshops facilitated by a team from the Pentagon.
Story by Jenny Hale on 09/19/2017
The events included Facebook Live guest speakers sharing their transition experience and advice, various graphics, reasons to hire a Soldier segments, and a contest with the winner announced by the Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel Dailey. Companies joining in the social media events shared advice, best practices, and job seeking tips for transitioning Soldiers throughout the campaign. They reported receiving resumes from Soldiers participating and that the interview process had begun for qualified participants.
Story by SGT Jeremy Dunkle on 08/26/2017
Colonel Larry B. Vaughn, Fort McClellan Garrison Commander, kicked off proceedings by introducing many former commanders and special guests in attendance, and presented them with commemorative coins to mark the occasion. Only 25 coins were given the distinct engravings.
Story by Daniel Daglis on 08/01/2017
"I've very excited about this opportunity and really look forward to this being a success for the government, for UMBC and for the students," Arcano said. "This EPA is mutually beneficial because it connects UMBC to Carderock and the government for research purposes and cultivates an environment for collaboration."
Story by SSgt Michael Campbell on 07/24/2017
"The Fisher House Foundation Motto is Because a family's love is good medicine.' Most people spend more waking hours at their jobs than with their own families. I feel each of the families served at the Alaska Fisher House become an extension of my family," said Jenny Hall, manager of the Alaska Fisher House. "The Fisher House becomes an extension of their family story during difficult times of illness and injury. I am blessed to have a job where home' is my work and I spend the day with different members of my family every day."
Story by Jenny Hale on 07/16/2017
Several events online are taking place during the course of the campaign, including a Twitter Chat, several Wednesday Facebook Live guest speakers, and a contest for the public to submit their best advice for a transitioning Soldier.
Story by A1C Matthew Greiner on 07/15/2017
More than 3,000 nominations were submitted by Guardsmen and Reservists from all 50 states, including Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia.
The Los Angeles and Riverside recruiting offices are staffed with more than 15 recruiters combined and represent a diverse background of Coast Guard military specialties. The diversity of specialty backgrounds includes: Boatswain Mate, Maritime Enforcement Specialist, Gunner's Mate, Damage Controlman, Storekeeper, Yeoman, Aviation Maintenance Technician, Electronics Technician, Machinery Technician, Yeoman and Operational Specialist. This variety of education and training provides the team with more information to share with potential applicants.
Story by Dawn Stankus on 06/26/2017
Once a year, SDSW brings together entrepreneurs from various industries to share progress, exchange resources, strengthen connections and celebrate the San Diego training innovation community. This year's SDSW took place from June 19 to 23 and consisted of more than 250 events.
Story by LCpl Niles Lee on 06/21/2017NEW YORK The Marine Corps Band New Orleans performed at multiple concerts, to mark the closure of the Marine Corps Reserve Centennial celebrations, at Washington Square Park, Hunter College and Four Freedoms Park in New York City, June 14-16, 2017.
Local, county and state officials can request long term assistance measures through the Continuing Authorities Program (CAP), Planning Assistance to States and through the Interagency and International Services Program. Each program offers many partnership opportunities on flood risk mitigation, shoreline protection, preparing plans to manage water and related land resources, and relief and recovery work to name a few examples.
Story by PO2 Michael Lieberknecht on 05/05/2017
Lt. Cmdr. Tatana Olson was presented the award by the Center for Public-Private Partnerships and the Henry M. Jackson Foundation.