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"The New Face of Business Leadership"

Fortune Cover 20 Mar 2010

A lifelong career in the Army is not for everyone.  In fact, it's really not even for most who enter the military.  The 20 March 2010 edition of Fortune magazine had an exceptional cover article highlighting how officers who elect private sector jobs instead of a long-term military career are becoming more sought-after by leading business.  Major Fortune 500 companies such as Lowe's, Wal-Mart, AT&T, Bank of America and GE are actively seeking to recruit

     "...world-class leadership talent that was already trained and ready to go...Headhunting firm RecruitMilitary reports that it has worked with more than half the companies in the Fortune 100 in the past three years. And the competition for the best candidates is getting increasingly fierce, according to RecruitMilitary senior vice president Larry Slagel. 'It's sort of blood in the water,' he says. 'Companies really want these folks.'"

Read the full article here.