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Home & Away
The Home & Away campaign encourages support for active and retired military and their families. Take a moment to watch the heart-felt personal thanks from both ordinary citizens and veterans alike by clicking above.
A Million Thanks!
"Thank you for our freedom!" Help us garner 1 million Thank Yous for our veterans to show that their service and sacrifice is appreciated.
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Careers at Boeing
We’re proud that we employ thousands of reservists and veterans who made the transition to the private sector and still continue their mission.MORE >
Did You Know?
Boeing exceeded its expectation of hiring more than 1,000 veterans last year and ended up hiring more than 1,800 veterans in 2011.
Boeing has been recognized as a Top 100 Military-Friendly Employer by G.I. Jobs Magazine and as a "Best for Vets Employer" by Military Times Magazine.
Boeing pledges $2.5 million toward scholarships for US Marines' children LEARN MORE >
Boeing is a founding member of Joining Forces–the administration's initiative to educate, challenge and spark action from all sectors to ensure military families and veterans have the support they have earned.
Boeing and American Corporate Partners have been working to help veterans develop civilian career paths and build professional networks. This is particularly important as the unemployment rate for veterans who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces at any time since September 2001 remains as high as 12.1 percent.
About 24,500 veterans are currently employed at Boeing and many continue to serve in the National Guard and Reserves.
Boeing has hired and trained nearly 3,000 veterans in the past 21 months for jobs at the company.
Boeing has a long-standing commitment to supporting men and women in uniform and military families through advocacy and support of USO, the Military Spouse Corporate Career Network and Joining Forces, a national initiative to support and honor service members and their families. Boeing has been recognized as a Top 100 Military-Friendly Employer by G.I. Jobs Magazine and as a "Best for Vets Employer" by Military Times Magazine.