Power Design Service Technician Scott Jacobson shared that everyday during his time with the Service felt like Veterans Day. He worked in Washington, D.C. as part of the United States Air Force Honor Guard and spent his time at the Arlington Cemetery, White House, and Pentagon. Scott reflects on how he continues to celebrate Veterans all year-round, below.
To express gratitude, the motto for my unit was ‘To Honor with Dignity,’ which meant to honor the dead, as well as the living.
Scott Jacobson |
Accountability, Responsibility, Commitment, Teamwork
The military trains its men and women to be resourceful and resilient; similarly, our people sport the same characteristics across all teams from in the field to on the GRID or at the LINK.
When you're in the military, you really learn how to be accountable for your team, trust your leadership, and also be a leader yourself. That'll make you succeed and achieve your mission.
Clinton Stamper |
No matter the branch, Power Design has a role for Veterans looking to transition into a civilian career. As a company built on similar values, we extend open arms for them to join our #PDIFamily! If you, or someone you know, is looking to transition back to civilian life, click here to view our open roles or reach out to our Recruiting Team to learn how we can help!