Military Network, 'Professional Society of Warriors'

About Military Network

Our Mission
- To achieve continuous improvement in the lives and well-being of all serving and former members of the Armed Forces and their families.

Our Goal
- To assist you as serving members to successfully transition into civilian life.
- To assist you, as former members, to optimize your potential.
- To lead a Veteran-driven economic recovery.

Our Role
To act as Facilitator, Mentor, Coach and to harness the unique skill-set and services of other Veterans to help you optimize your potential and build a fulfilling and successful life. Whether your current goal is to secure a job, enhance your existing career, start or develop your business, address health, family or other personal issues, we are here to help you achieve your goals.

Military Network, 'Professional Society of Warriors'
⦁    Assisting Active Duty Military members (transitioning) and Veterans in general benefit from from the fraternal aspect of the bond and trust we know and expect of each other!
⦁    Development of programs include many facets depending on their level of training for the civilian sector, personal / family needs with a necessity to have to survive thus as with a not only a job, rather a career. A great an example of an area where there is need for trained and certification(s) Information Technology. IT as an industry, offers many pathways for individuals to travel down.
⦁    There is a 'demand, need for specific skills, and of course work ethic. The occupational field is the 'path' these and these pathways determine the skills needed with current technologies. Be it Web Design, Infrastructure, System and Network Design and Management, Software Development, Information Security, Cyber Warfare, database Management, Project Management or a host of many other area's.

⦁     Working their way through an unconventional career transition program not transitioning toward your job; rather they are transitioning toward their own careers.  It is incumbent upon each of us to realize their dreams if we desire to attract them. 

⦁    Education & certification are what helps decision makers make the wiser choice. Having an understanding of this, various technologies with real world knowledge on the same level, is needed for all industries.

⦁    This is the value extended to the veteran by means of being part of the Military Network! We provide an unbiased approach, assist the veteran determine which route to go with devising an action plan that equates to success.

Post 911 GI Bill (CH 33) / or VocRehab (Chapter 31) covers ALL COST if YOU qualify!
• Under Chapter 31, VA pays the cost of tuition, fees, books, equipment, and supplies. The veteran also receives a monthly subsistence allowance.

- Jobs in Information Technology (IT), are among the fastest growing in the world.
- Certifications: benchmark employers use to determine skill sets; validated proof of industry recognized skills with current and specialized technologies.
- The computer systems design and related services industry are expected to experience rapid growth, and shortage of skill sets needed to match the demand.

CompTIA: CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, CompTIA Server+
Microsoft: MCP, MCITP - Server Administrator 2008, MCITP SQL, SQL - Business Intelligence,
EC-Council: Security 5,Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Forensic Investigation Training (CHFI), EC Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA),
EC-Council Disaster Recovery Professional (EDRP)
Cisco: CCENT, CCNA, CCNA+Security, CCNA+VOIP, CCNA+WIRELESS, (Project Management) PMP, CISSP, SCP: Tactical and Perimeter Defense

Established in December 2006 - 'Professional Society of Warriors’...Eighteen thousand + membership. Mission - actively bring our services to businesses, peers, associates and acquaintances, who have needs and opportunities uniquely available to our warrior’s. Information for and about apprentices, sponsors, the workforce system, education partners and others - National I.T. Apprenticeship Reach out and grab your New Career in IT / IT Security. You’ll be transitioning military certs and experience into industry acceptable method of you pushing up and we’ll be there for you – each and every step of the way!

Specialties: Microsoft Certification: MCP, Certified N.I.T.A.S. Consultant (CompTIA): Skilled with establishing Gap Analysis within IT environment determining actual training needs in areas of Networking, IA, E-Commerce, DB, Project Management, etc., Assisting Veterans with pursuing and securing educational benefits, Apprenticeship Programs as established by DOLETA, Robert Wilson, a fellow veteran and the Director of Employability at the Military Network (, excels in assisting veterans with career & job placement (AT NO COST TO VETERANS). Should you qualify, he will assist you in attaining industry certifications such as CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, Windows Server , Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), Certified Ethical Hacker & Certified Ethical Hacking Forensic Investigator in order to secure the position(s) you seek. In today's job market, employers are expecting these types of base level industry certifications from you –

* * *Key Emphasis:***
*1) CompTIA, Project Management, Microsoft, Cisco Certifications and others*
*2) Also highlights EC-Council and PMP and more*
*3) Resume Service, Practice Exam and Certifications*
*4) and IT Help Desk*
*5) Provides descriptions of Resume Service, LiveMentor, Practice Exam and Certifications*

Hold a disability rating with the VA? Have Post 911 Benefits at your disposal? Contact us immediately via email: as we will assist you through VA approved education and employment assistance programs. Once you are approved for this program, your resume will be revamped by a certified resume writer and you will receive assistance with landing interviews and finding and guaranteed job placement assistance.

******Please respond via email to Robert Wilson (President) at  please include your contact information, full name , address, current phone number, current resume, disability letter if applicable and  an expressed interest in this program, in IT and if you are already working with Voc Rehab (VRE) please indicate this in your email and provide your case managers contact information (to include location).


Robert Wilson, MCP,
CompTIA /USDOLETA Certified N.I.T.A.S. Consultant (National IT Apprenticeship System)
President, Military Network- Employability / IT Veteran Reintegration -
PH: 859.428.8163 * E-Mail:

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