Military Resume TemplatesAs one knows, a resume must reflect communication, interpersonal and analytical skills, these being the most general and searched for when a company is looking for new employees. However, these personal general characteristics must not be stated as if one is making a simple enumeration. Instead, these personal characteristics must reflect in one's military resume. Given below is a military resume to help you draft a winning resume. Look here for resume writing tips and guidelines.
This is the dedication that all army men should be capable of - protecting our country at whatever the price. Being in the military is so much more than having a simple 9 to 5 workday. The main goal after a hard day's work is not building a better life for yourself, but maintaining the safety of our country so that everybody else could build a better life for themselves. We have a lot to endure in order to achieve our goal, we will have to literally sweat and bleed for our goal, and we are totally committed to it. Whatever it takes, we will ensure the safety of our country and the perpetuation of our American way of life.
Name: John White
Birth Date: 20.10.984
Driver's License: Yes
To become a military man, in order to protect our country and our country's interest, in order to maintain peace wherever it is needed, by putting in practice all that I have learned at the Military Academy and in the seven years of field operations.
The goal is not simply becoming a military man, but maintain the safety and integrity of our country, of our fellow countrymen and of our American way of life, no matter the cost. The goal is not improving ourselves, but improving the life of those we protect. We will do everything in our power, and we will prevail, no matter the field we end up on (whether we will be simple soldiers, whether we will gain access to higher commanding posts).
Ability to work continuously, no matter how hard or stressful the conditions are.
Knowledge of CPR techniques.
Ability to work in a team and to coordinate fellow soldiers.
Ability to work alone in stressful, life-endangering situations.
Very good physical condition.
No medical problems that could impede the achievement of the goal (no hearing problems, good eye sight, athletic body).
Knowledge of firearms and explosives.
Knowledge of military strategies.
Computer literate - Internet, windows.
Fluent in Spanish, Italian, Russian.
Proved tenacity, endurance, dedication and responsibility during the challenging times spent in Iraq. I also remained sane.
Accounted for securing the safety of my fellow soldiers during the harsh times spent in Iraq.
Accounted for securing the safety of the equipment entrusted to me during the period spent in Iraq.
Promoted to security operations :-
Iin charge of monitoring and instructing classes of 40 to 100 students, strengthening and improving their knowledge
First Aid, Defensive Tactics and Security during the time I was stationed in Iraq. Organized schedules, enhancing the efficiency of time spending.
Discovered, while on patrol, new routes and managed implementing them throughout our stay on hostile grounds.
Leadership Development Course, Germany (2000)
U.S. Army Basic Training, Ft White, GA (1998)
University High School, Massachusetts , FL (1997)
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Captain Samantha Carter
Col. Jack O'Neill
Gen. George Hammond