Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program graduate Brian Thompson shares his perspective on Memorial Day and reminds us to pause and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
The unofficial start to summer kicks off this weekend with cookouts, pool parties, and beach getaways. As a combat veteran who has lost friends to the scourge of war, I want to provide the following public service announcement. Enjoy the holiday weekend but please find time to celebrate Memorial Day the right way. Whatever you do, avoid these holiday greetings: “Thank you for your service” and “Happy Memorial Day.”
Lockheed Martin is a proud sponsor the National Memorial Day Concert, which honors the service and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform, their families at home and all those who have given their lives for our country.
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Quick and easy ways to get your workforce behind the meaning of Memorial Day
Memorial Day honors the men and women who died while serving in the US military. Originating during the Civil War, Memorial Day was declared a federal holiday in 1971. While businesses across the nation are closed, giving their employees the three-day weekend start to summer, it doesn’t mean you can’t observe and incorporate this day into your total CSR strategy.
No two career journeys are the same, and for military veterans, the road to civilian employment is often an entirely new, unfamiliar mission. In today’s digital economy, the skills people need to thrive are ever-changing, adapting with every innovation and technology that hits the market; a market that doesn’t always wait for veterans to end their deployments and return home.
As a former Marine Corps Cobra pilot, Kurt Scherer used his experiences to chart a different course after the military. Seeking employment at a place that builds on one’s internal moral compass, Kurt landed at Booz Allen Hamilton where he piloted and now leads the firm’s Innovation Center. With over a third of its workforce as veterans, the firm has developed a specialized outreach program that actively recruits integrity-grounded, mission-focused professionals.