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Resume critique MM1/LELT

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HydroDave63:

--- Quote from: gzeiger on Nov 15, 2014, 09:47 ---Here's what I don't know how to say: I care more about my job and doing it well than almost anyone I've met in the nuclear Navy, and I will bring the same level of dedication to my next job. How do I get that on paper?

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And a lot more more humble as well?  ::)

gzeiger:
Ok, you got me there Dave.

I think you know what I mean though.

GLW:

--- Quote from: gzeiger on Nov 25, 2014, 01:03 ---Ok, you got me there Dave.

I think you know what I mean though.

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yup, everyone knows what you mean,... [coffee]

itzokaydoe,... ;)

'cause once and if you move up from t-ball to the majors, then humility will be served on a daily basis,... :P

guaranteed,... 8)

gzeiger:
I'm looking forward to it.

fiveeleven:
This is not related to the critique of your resume, that has already been accomplished. I was just curious as to the state of affairs on CVN-68. I sailed the high seas on her from 80-84. Can you still do your laundry in the DCon laundry? Is the division office still starboard side just past the mess deck heading aft? It was a Med. liner out of Norfolk in them days - long walk to, and longer walk back from the enlisted club. Underway on nuclear power - what a concept. Good luck with your pursuits out in the world.Thank you for your service.  MM2/ELT USS NIMITZ CVN-68 1980-1984. BOHICA.

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