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First and foremost, we thank you for your service.

Military Transition

Who better to give advice than those who have made the transition?

There are so many things to consider that we felt it would be best to get advice from people who have been through the process. They know better than anyone.

A message for organizations, HR departments, and hiring managers:

Veterans have shown us that they bring great leadership skills to organizations. Many successful organizations benefit from hiring veterans from C-Suites to entry level.

Barry Bratton, A.A.E.
Senior Consultant
ADK Consulting & Executive Search
Served U.S. Navy

ADK has placed many people who have served our country and we have counseled hundreds of people who anticipate or are currently transitioning from the military. Thanks for taking the time to hear our stories and our advice to our fellow veterans… Barry

Chris Browne, A.A.E.
Acting Director
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC
Served U.S. Navy
Scott Hinderman, A.A.E.
Executive Director
Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority
Served U.S. Marine Corps
Herbert Judon, Jr., A.A.E.
Executive Director
Augusta Aviation Commission
Served U.S. Marine Corps
Current Colonel in U.S. Army Reserve
Ismael “Izzy” Bonilla, IAP, C.M.
Vice President of Operations
Mobile Airport Authority
Served U.S. Air Force

Toney Coleman, Ph.D., A.A.E.
Airport Director
Fayetteville Regional Airport
City of Fayetteville, NC
Served U.S. Army 
Current U.S. Army Reserves
Mike Giardino, C.M.
Executive Director
Peninsula Airport Commission
Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport
Served U.S. Navy

Mark Crosby, A.A.E.
Principal Consultant
Ross & Baruzzini
Brigadier General & Commander, Joint Domestic Operations Command
Oregon Air National Guard
Tom Murphy
Human Resiliency Institute
Fordham University

Tom Murphy
Founder, Edge4Vets
Kevin Burke
President/CEO, ACI-NA