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Defence powerhouse BAE Systems and WithYouWithMe share a vision and mission to employ more veterans and the wider military community, prioritising Potential over experience.
Leonardo has embarked on a programme to expand its cyber capability through a skills-led approach, drawing on the unique abilities of veterans and former first responders to tackle ever-evolving threats.
Northrop Grumman aims to solve the toughest problems in space, aeronautics, defence and cyberspace.
The Times profiled several start-ups who are driving programs to help UK veterans secure new careers. From stripping away the CV to providing free tech training, these businesses are changing the landscape of veteran employment.
It is clear that veterans need a better support network for life outside of the military, beyond the measures currently in place. UK Veterans' Affairs Minister, Johnny Mercer, shares how to fix a broken system.
Pega and WithYouWithMe are aiming to make technology roles more accessible and address underemployment among ex-military personnel by focusing on individuals’ potential, not experience.
Pacific Navy News
The Canadian Government can call up cyber-and-technology-trained Canadian Armed Forces veterans to fill the overwhelming cyber resource demand in the Public Service.
Tom Moore, Co-founder of WYWM, said: “Our company was founded on the principle of doing the right thing for those who have served their country. It is only right that we now protect those who protected us as they transition into new careers.
Beyond the need to embrace the latest technology on the battlefield, there is a lesser known but no less critical issue relating to the use of technology in the support systems that the military depends on.
If the Australian Defence Force is to keep pace with modern practices and digitally transform its operations, it will require an insurgency from within.
There is a clear link between Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, an act that has transformed Europe’s security architecture, and the urgency with which we should be embracing new technologies and building our digital armies.
Upon their return to civilian life, many veterans struggle to find meaningful employment. Sally Walker says businesses are missing a big opportunity to capitalise on their transferable skills and life experiences.
Pacific Navy News
The Royal Canadian Navy wants to send you to Data Boot Camp. There are no chin-ups, obstacle courses, or early morning inspection required in this digital Basic Military Qualification.
Major General (Ret’d) Rupert Jones CBE analyses the degree to which technology has changed the way that we fight across battlefields from Ukraine to Mosul.
If modern militaries are going to meet their recruitment targets, they must modernise recruitment and training processes.