RecruitMilitary Fort Liberty Hiring Event

Join RecruitMilitary at the Fort Liberty Hiring Event on Thursday, May 9th from 11 AM to 3 PM EST.

Expectations are high for this event, with over 80 employers participating, offering thousands of job opportunities specifically tailored for veterans, military spouses, and members of the national guard and reserve. This unique opportunity allows direct connections with military-centric companies presenting immediate openings both locally and nationally, as well as remote positions. Our job board at boasts an impressive array of over 300K active jobs, including over 15K in North Carolina alone, showcasing the extensive possibilities awaiting our military community.

Here at the event details:

What: RecruitMilitary Fort Liberty Hiring Event

Where: Iron Mike Conference Center. 2658 Rock Merritt Ave (formerly Reilly Road), Fort Liberty, NC 28310

When: Thursday, May 9th from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM


Pre-Event Professional Development & Hiring Event Best Practices Webinar:

Don’t miss the virtual Professional Development Virtual Training on Thursday, May 2nd from 1000-1130 EST, where you’ll gain insights, tools, and best practices to confidently engage with employers and stand out from the crowd. Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your skills and maximize your impact!.

To register for this webinar, please click on this link,

An ASOM Event: Hidden in Plain View: US Army Special Forces Berline, 1956-1990

April 23 @ 10:00 am – September 11 @ 4:00 pm

“Hidden in Plain View: United States Army Special Forces Berlin, 1956-1990” was curated exclusively by six dedicated Jack Britt High School students from Cumberland County, North Carolina. The students’ unique exhibit chronicles the virtually unknown story of U.S. Army Special Forces “Green Berets” operating in Cold War Berlin.

Following World War II, the Allies divided Berlin, Germany’s capital, into East and West zones. The Soviet Union occupied East Berlin, while West Berlin was divided between the United States, England, and France.

This covert unit of Green Berets participated in some of the Cold War’s most sensitive operations. They wore civilian clothes, spoke fluent German, and stayed on constant high alert in the event the “cold war” between the Soviet Union and the West turned “hot.” If war broke out, these highly trained Special Forces Soldiers were to cross into East Germany and strike specific Soviet targets.

The students’ work on “Hidden in Plain View” has not only increased their understanding of the Cold War and the role of United States Army Special Forces in Berlin during that turbulent period in American history, but it has also exposed them to the museum profession in ways that just visiting a museum cannot.

“Hidden in Plain View, ” created by these exceptional and dedicated students’ from Jack Britt High School, will be on exhibit through September 1, 2024.


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