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if one does get a clearance, you can send off to washington for your clearance paperwork. i did, and it is about 3-4" thick, and quite useful for things like old addresses, bank #'s, etc.. along with having quite interesting reading about what your friends and acquaintances said about you!!
I have currently a Top Secret Clearance now and im in the Air Force looking for a job to do on the outside. How hard is it to find on doing something Nuclear?
I can speak from experience on this one. After getting out of the Army after 22 years and of that 15 years of having a Secret upgradable to TS as need arises. I had to do the whole process just to get a "L". Doe and OPM look at military clearance as different even though I had the same investigator for my Army reinvestigation as did for my initial DOE L ( now that was funny) we both laughed. So go figure! It always comes down to OPM making money
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