CASS Needs Military Pilots NOW!!!!

CASS Joins to Search for and Employ Military Pilots

By Randy Miller

CASS was founded in 2003 with a mission to merge specific and distinguished military and civil expertise into a truly unique entity focused on the growing challenges the US and its Allies were facing in the Global War on Terrorism. Our Goal The CASS goal is to provide the catalyst for fully integrated mobility capabilities, existing and emerging, of key Allied & Coalition nation into a highly effective and flexible force, capable of meeting global demands today and in the future.

The CASS Solution® Identify and analyze the problem, engage and produce the optimum solution, then implement and execute that solution. CASS is a CCR registered Veteran-Owned Small Business (soon to be a Service Disabled Veteran Small Business and HUBZone company) made up of professionals dedicated to helping the Nation and its Allies find solutions to today’s tough challenges, especially in the mobility arena.


Veterans, if you meet the listed qualification here, then please call CASS today, they are in dire need for qualified Military pilots.


Pilots w/10+ yrs exp; KC-10, KC-135,C-130,C-17, A330/320/319, Seahawk, or Blackhawk aircraft. Must have military experience. The positions are Europe or Canada-based.

You are urged to contact Peg Payne at [email protected] if you meet these requirements.

Visit the Posted Careers for CASS by clicking here  CASS/HIREVETERANS.COM

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