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“Applied is a great landing spot for highly motivated veterans who want to influence the future of technology by leveraging the experience, skills and discipline developed during their time in the military. We are a diverse community of creative engineers and business people with a culture focused on innovation and removing barriers.”
“Coming from the Army family, I wanted to be a member of another outfit where relationships were an important part of success. The values at Applied are consistent with the way I led Soldiers. I valued each of them, we developed our own small winning team and we worked in an environment of mutual trust and respect. Every day I look forward to working with and learning from the best in their fields. I love being on the leading edge, in the Army we called it the tip of the spear! In the U.S. Army we were the best in the world, and at Applied, I believe I am again a member of the best in the world!”
“When I left the service, my wife, kids and I had a unique set of needs. From our early interactions with on-campus healthcare, family legal services, HR, and management, it was immediately clear that Applied had built an ecosystem designed to support and empower employees in all aspects of their lives. This pro-active, whole-person approach made it obvious that Applied was a company where I could thrive not just professionally, but also as a spouse, parent, and community volunteer.”
“After 7 years active duty in the U.S. Navy’s submarine service, I have been able to continue to drive towards a 30 year military career in the Navy Reserves in parallel with a 20 year career (and counting) with Applied Materials. For every absence for military duties, Applied has provided me with the worry-free flexibility to seamlessly transition between the two careers whether it was for a long weekend or a 13 month recall to active duty.”