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Why did you leave your job at U.S. Air Force?

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Hardship in family. Was Not war time. 14 year old sister on death bed.. Thanks Red Cross.

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After 9 years and 4 knee surgeries on my right knee, it was just time to get out. Knee still wasn’t fixed properly do my Security Forces duties without pain being involved. Thanks medical...

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I was at Kelly AFB, Texas and trying to go to school. They opened a post that only I could fill and that stopped me from going to school. I did not get promoted. I was tired of putting up with all the nonsense.

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Air Transportation 39 APS. Prior service enlisted;After one and one half years showing up for UTA's, still a one level, no TPA and security clearance adjudication backlog. Conditional release and joined the army national guard. Secret Security clearance done in under one month with an upcoming date for basic training. I was a low priority; E-4 with a B.S. in biology. I had to transfer elsewhere to get training for promotion.

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I was a K9 explosives and narcotics dual certified handler and was hired by the San Francisco Police Department. But as Msgt., I then became a Reservist (ready reserve 2 weeks/yr. 2 days per month)

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I was hired as a San Francisco Police Officer but I remained a Reservist

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Haven't left it yet.

Answered - ACC/A2R Deputy/Team Lead (Current Employee) - San Antonio, TX 78243

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I retired after 24 years

Answered - Master Military Training Instructor (MTI) (Former Employee) - Lackland AFB, TX

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Retiring after 25 years of service.

Answered - Human Resources Director (Current Employee) - Texas

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I was honorably retired.

Answered - Equipment Mgr (Former Employee) - Andrews AFB, MD

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