Recruiting Email Ad from the US Navy

October 21, 2005 at 11:30 pm 1 comment

Sometimes you get all sorts of interesting emails simply by posting your resume online, including the US military.

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Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2005 09:00:39 -0700
From: “The U.S. Navy Reserve”
Subject: We viewed your resume

USN Recruiting Command

Dear takchek,

Did you know that your particular engineering skills could help you lead a more complete life and build a better career in the U.S. Navy Reserve?

We currently have a variety of challenging opportunities related to almost every engineering discipline. Within our Officer ranks, we have openings in our Civil Engineer Corps as well as opportunities in our Science community. In our Enlisted ranks, we have opportunities in our Aviation community as well as in our Mechanical and Industrial Engineering community.

In exchange for your part-time commitment, you will receive countless benefits and rewards. You will also receive advanced vocational training and undergo unique experiences that are unrivaled in the civilian world.

One of the greatest benefits of joining the Navy Reserve is that you won’t have to sacrifice your personal life to serve. Your training sessions will almost always be with the Navy Reserve unit located closest to your home.

To learn more about the Navy Reserve, we encourage you to visit navyreserve.com. Or, if you would like a Navy Reserve representative to contact you directly, please click here.

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Thanks, but no thanks.

Trivia: The navy links I have on this blog are the Minsk and Hymn to Red October – one of my most favorite music pieces.

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  • 1. L'oiseau rebelle  |  October 22, 2005 at 11:34 am

    Hahaha… my bf received one of these before, offering him to sign up as a submarine engineer or something like that. They even offered to pay for grad school, although it’s only in fields of their choice (sounds familiar?) And he didn’t even post his resume online – we’re still wondering where they got his information from.

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