Military Spotlights

Matthew Jetty

Rapid Response has a sense of purpose that I have been looking for since I left the Army. In my time here, I have found the Veteran’s Employee Resource Group (VERG) is a great resource. Attending meetings with other veterans and military supporters makes me feel like I’m part of a community. That sense of community permeates every part of Rapid Response — I have just joined the billing team in the Accounting Department and the other team members are very welcoming and helpful.

Michelle Baker

Before working at Rapid Response, I was with a temp agency. Rapid Response was the first company that I interviewed with, and from that initial meeting I knew the culture and structure was the right fit. The monthly VERG meetings, military service leave, and military spousal leave are some of the best resources Rapid Response offers its Military and Veteran employees. I really enjoy the fact that with hard work, advancement is possible.

Joshua Chagnon

Rapid Response’s mission to protect life and property was appealing as a USAF Security Forces Veteran. My mission while serving was to keep people safe and protect government assets from enemies foreign and domestic. While the constant deployments took a toll on me, the passion to make a difference never changed.

The best resources that Rapid Response offers are the flexibility and investment in its people. I continued to serve in the National Guard when I came off active duty. Management worked with me on scheduling to give me the time off I needed when duty called and ensured me that my position was still here for me when I returned.