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Old 11-01-2017, 07:11 PM   #1
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I'm a 32 year old man from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. I spent 8 years of my adult life in the US Army. I was a sergeant in the Army with two MOSs (11B - Infantry & 74D - CBRN). I ETS'd in March of 2010. After some dicking around I decided to go to college for two degrees (industrial electronics & electrical technology). I didn't know about the apprenticeship programs either through Birmingham JATC or independent company apprenticeship programs. However, I start an apprenticeship in February of 2018. I work for Bright Future Electric. A multi-state commercial and industrial electrical contractor company. There are a few companies in Florida and one in Birmingham. I have worked at Taylor Electrical Contractors in Tuscaloosa and as a Co-Op electrician for Druid City Hospital. I've been with BFE for a little over 3 months now. I'm a noob to the trade, but I absolutely love what I do.

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First, thank you for your service. Glad you found something you love to do. Welcome to the site, or as some might say the insane asylum. I'm sure you will like it here. There are some really knowledgeable people here, even if they try to make you think that's not the case.
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You're a very interesting character, and I mean that sincerely.
Welcome to the forum and thank you for your service.
Best of luck with your aspirations.
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