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U.S. Veterans Magazine Names DynCorp International to 2015 Best of Best Lists for Top Veteran-Friendly Companies and Top Supplier Diversity Programs

USVM_BOTB_2015U.S. Veterans Magazine (USVM) has recognized DynCorp International for the third year in a row on their lists for Top Veteran-Friendly Companies and Top Supplier Diversity Programs.

More than 250 Fortune 1000 companies and institutions participated in the annual evaluation including employers, initiatives, government agencies and educational institutions. USVM also used market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses from DiversityComm agents and/or affiliates to determine the rankings.

James Geisler, DynCorp International chief executive officer, commented, “Our commitment to veterans is an inherent part of our company culture. Veterans share and embrace our core values, adding to the experience they bring to our global programs as former service members.”

The Best of Best lists will be published in USVM’s summer issue.

U.S. Veteran’s Magazine

The mission of U.S. Veterans Magazine (USVM) is to open up immediate, lucrative employment, business and supplier opportunities for veterans, transitioning service members, disabled veterans, and veteran business owners within the federal government, as well as corporate America.

USVM aims to link companies and government entities to qualified career and business candidates from the ranks of the nation’s veterans.  In addition they provide the latest in veteran news, covering multiple industries and include up-to-date statistics on workforce diversity, as well as business-to-business trends.

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  1. I Love This company and look forward to being apart of your company in the near future.. I currently am attending St. John’s University for my Bachelors in Science with a concentration of Administrative Studies.. I would love to apply for a human resources position with your corporation when time permits. I have 10 years experience with the Department of the United States Army as Human Resources Sergeant. This position has been able to afford me the opportunity to be extremely versatile and proficient at various jobs and tasks performed completed and done effectively and efficiently to the best of my ability and received from both serving 6 years in The Department of the U.S. Army National Guard and 4 years in The Department of Defense’s United States Regular Army receiving Honorable completion certificate from both federal united states government agencies.

  2. Am like to join that company i’m veteran in Uganda i worked with SOC in Iraq 2007to2008 as a gard and Africa United(AU) in Somalia 2012to2013 as a Driver, i need to work with your company thank you very much sir.

  3. I am a Army veteran MOS was 92A I have been triing to get employed with this company for a couple of years now
    with know luck. Can someone please share supply and logistics is my field..I am I doing something wrong my resume is in the database.

  4. I am a Army veteran,past time i work with KESF and my pos Communication Technician Two way Radio VHF/UHF/HF. Can someone please share Field Security Technician Radio is my field..I am I doing something wrong my resume is in the database.

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