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End of Year Giving

December 23, 2017 by Terry Kohler

Hey friends, as you make your year-end #donations, please consider a great Veterans/military charity #TeamVeteranFoundation They truly walk the walk! Mail donations to Team Veteran Foundation 4012 N 40th Place, Phoenix, AZ 85018 or

21 Reasons to Hire a Vet

October 27, 2015 by Terry Kohler

Military experience gives veterans training and work experience valued

by employers. The following is a list of some of their unique qualities:

1. Leadership Training: Disciplined to be responsible for activities, resources and people.
2. Teamwork: Able to work in a diverse and dynamic group of people.
3. Team Leaders: Skills to analyze any given project and execute it with precision.
4. Work under Pressure and Deadlines: Effectively do the job, do it right the first time and do it timely.
5. Give and Follow Directions: Accountable for their actions and for the actions of those in their charge.
6. Drug Free: Those with an honorable discharge are certified drug free.
7. Security Clearance: Many achieve some level of security clearance which demonstrates trustworthiness.
8. Systematic Planning and Organization: The ability to participate, direct or establish systematic planning.
9. Emphasis on Safety: Understand the considerable cost in lives, property and objectives when safety is ignored.
10. Records and Personnel Administration: Keep accurate records and complete paperwork.
11. Conform to Rules and Structure: Follow rules every day in their work environment.
12 . Flexibility and Adaptability: Able to analyze and change to meet objectives.
13. Self-Direction: Take directions and follow through without constant supervision.
14. Education: At least a G.E.D. and many have college credits or degrees.
15. Initiative: Ability to take initiative in a variety of settings.
16. Strong Work Habits: The training they complete instills pride, enthusiasm and perseverance in their work.
17. Commitment to Excellence: Continually strive to surpass standards of quality for themselves and their units.
18. Global Outlook: Service throughout the world broadens their outlook regarding customs, economies, languages and cultures.
19. Client and Service-Oriented: Their jobs are to facilitate, explain and expedite their patrons’ and clients’ needs, wants and actions.
20. Concerned about Community: A vested interest in their community and family environment.
21. Specialized Training: Advanced training and specialization in various fields.
As seen on Utah’s Patriot Partnership ‘MAKE THE PLEDGE’ campaign [to support our Veterans]
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