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 VIDEO TRANSCRIPT (OCTOBER 2011)

You have served your country. And, now, you can continue to serve and make a difference through a civilian career in the Department of the Navy. From machinist to mathematician, shipmate to scientist, pipefitter to physician, electrician to engineer...the Department of the Navy civilian occupations range from aviation mechanic to zoologist.

I invite you to consider using your valuable skills, field experience and education gained from your military service to pursue your civilian career...Here we offer competitive salaries and benefits, a chance to work with talented people around the globe, and opportunities to tackle challenging and exciting assignments.

Most of all, you continue to serve your nation and America’s warfighters...it comes together here in a civilian career at the Department of the Navy. To learn more about how to transition to a civilian career where purpose and patriotism unite, visit www.donhr.navy.mil. Find your new career...make a difference...serve your country.

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