What skills and training would one be able to adopt from the military to the civilian life in combat jobs?
What I mean is: how could anyone in the military use the skills and training they learned via combat-related jobs, i.e., field artillery, infantry, etc., for the civilian workforce when outside of the military? What could combat jobs have to offer (law enforcement?) instead of technical, support, and administrative jobs in the military?
Asked By: Anthony - 4/6/2012
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There is no advantage in the civilian workforce to being enlisted infantry or artillery. The skill set for both is fairly useless. You get no special advantages being a cop with an infantry backgound; what they need to teach you to become a police officer will be taught at the policy academy. There is a points... More
Answered By: Voonie Vootie - 4/6/2012
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Answered By: Tim - 4/6/2012
- Leadership - Personnel supervision - Project mangement - Resource management - Poject planning - Training management - Organizational skills - Flexibility - Accountability - Preparing reports and briefings etc, etc
Answered By: ? - 4/6/2012
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