Crimson Technical College''s long and storied legacy dates back to the 1930s and is tied to some of aeronautics' most important pioneers. Today, Crimson sets its sights forward on evolving industry advancements while staying true to its deep historical roots and founding commitment to excellence in aviation education.
If it wasn't for Crimson,
I wouldn't be where I am today.
— Don Apostol from Moog, Inc.
Nearly 1 of 10 veterans employed today work for a freight or transportation firm. Companies need individuals for logistical work, engine maintenance and heavy-duty equipment operations-all skills that mirror many military job specialties. Veterans are often better suited for these jobs because they can require both technical knowledge and some physical labor.
Published November 8, 2011, Stars and Stripes
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