Message: Re: Jason S. Filyaw -
Posted by: Military Press corp on Tuesday 01/30/07
With older citizens joining the Military to do their part, the profile of new recruits is much different. The national Guard say's its a plus that the age was raised, its brought mature recruits to the table with professional backgrounds and college degrees in Criminal Justice, Homeland security and counter-terrorism.

This is a military press posting on a 33 year old male. Detective Jason S. Filyaw who wants to do his part for his country and start a career in the United States Military.

The country is calling for many more troops; In todays armed forces theres the normal age of 18-25. Now A new trend of older recruits who want to do their part are moving in since the ages have been changed by the president to expand the armed forces.

Jason S. Filyaw is the 5th generation Filyaw to serve in the U.S. Military. He has dropped everything in his life and became devoted to his training, education and fitness to best be prepared for bootcamp and possible deployment.

Detective Filyaw will be assigned to Military Police training after boot camp to bring his real life education to enhance his military performance.

Colorado Technical University Colorado Springs, CO Graduate: 2/2009 Degree: Bachelor Degree Major:Science of Criminal Justice
Concentration: Homeland Security
Minor: Counter Inteligence

New Hampshire Technical Institute Concord, NH Graduated: 2006 status: Honor Graduate Professional Degree: Investigations
Global School of Investigation -
Major: Science of Detection operations, report writing and Crime scene Investgation, and criminal behavior

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Jason S. Filyaws Military Police training will start mid 2008 thanks to college non-deployment plans and will attend bootcamp shortly after graduating college.

Officer Filyaw will bring his education and leadership to help fight the war on terror. Jason Filyaw is one of many new recruits joining to help the young men and women caught in this long battle for freedom.

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