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Nuke News / Framatome / First Reload Of Gaia Fuel Completed At US PWR
« Last post by Marlin on Jul 14, 2021, 11:00 »
Framatome / First Reload Of Gaia Fuel Completed At US PWR


https://www.nucnet.org/news/first-reload-of-gaia-fuel-completed-at-us-pwr-7-2-2021
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Nuke News / NASA issues contracts for nuclear thermal propulsion studies
« Last post by Marlin on Jul 14, 2021, 10:55 »
NASA issues contracts for nuclear thermal propulsion studies


https://spacenews.com/nasa-issues-contracts-for-nuclear-thermal-propulsion-studies/
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Navy:Getting Out / Re: MMN1 Getting out now, what am I doing wrong?
« Last post by scotoma on Jul 14, 2021, 08:29 »
Have you tried registering on "Linking"?
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Site News / Re: New Quiz Software
« Last post by Rennhack on Jul 13, 2021, 05:34 »
I just paid for the subscription to be a gold member. dannyd1985@gmail.com
I am having trouble signing up for the new software without paying the $64.95. Could you please credit my account. Looking for CHP practice exams. Thanks in advance
Paid for a gold membership today. Could you please credit my account so I can take the practice CHP exams.

Danny, when you sign up in the new software, choose the free option.  Once you have signed up in the new software, I can credit your account and you will have access to all the quizes.

https://www.nukeworker.com/savsoftquiz
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Navy:Getting Out / Re: MMN1 Getting out now, what am I doing wrong?
« Last post by hamsamich on Jul 13, 2021, 04:41 »
Try getting a contract job or a hard to fill job to get experience in the private sector first in the position you are targeting.  This will give you experience and people to talk to at a jobsite (probably a nuclear plant). Contacts, contacts, contacts.  This will also prove to private sector that you are more than just a Navy dude.  You could get one of those jobs relatively quickly but you aren't willing to travel.  If you take one traveling position, when it is over you now have more direct experience in the position you are looking to be hired for.

I've talked to hiring managers and they have brought people in that had great resumes but didn't have one iota of flexibility (navy nuclear is different than commercial).  They are wary of resumes and want someone who can do the job and anything you can do to verify that will help.  8 years of Navy experience is great but there is no guarantee you will "work out" if hired.  If you interview well this might compensate but maybe you don't interview well.  Hard to know if this is the case or not, but 3 interviews with no callbacks is a bit concerning.  Not the end of the world though. I would focus on your interview skills.  Fine line between being cordial enough but casual enough.
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