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Navy from 1998-2000 The time I spent serving in the US Navy taught me the meaning of Honor, Courage, and Commitment. I learned how to be inclusive to those who are not the same as I am, to celebrate the diversity of the military and strive for excellence with the help of my shipmates. The lessons I learned in the military are still with me today, and I have the pleasure of sharing those lessons with my coworkers at iMFLUX.
Army & Army National Guard – 6 years I am extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to serve for my country, the United States of America. While it was always a belief of mine, my military experience helped root me in understanding the power behind unified people (no matter their making)!! This, along with the Army Values (LDRSHIP), is something that I make a daily attempt at carrying out in my life - both at home and professionally.
Air Force 1987-1991 I started active-duty 13 Feb 1987 and served until July 31, 1991. My training was in combat communications equipment repair which led me down a detail-oriented path that ultimately led me here. My only regret was not staying on active duty until retirement.
U.S. Army 1986-1988 Joining the military not only gave me great pride of serving our country but provided me many unforeseen benefits. Discipline & responsibility being two that stand out the most in my own mind, which has helped me succeed throughout my adult life. The boy that entered the Army was quite different than the Man that left.