Soldier On welcomes Raytheon Australia as its newest Platinum Pledge partner for 2021. The Soldier On Pledge partnership provides a pathway for veterans and their families transitioning from the Australian Defence Force into civilian life.
The Pledge allows organisations to thank Australian Defence Force Personnel for their service and recognise the exemplary skills, leadership and training of those who have served Australia.
Organisations that sign the Pledge commit to learning more about the skills and attributes that Defence personnel, veterans, and family members can bring to their organisation.
Raytheon Australia is continuing its partnership with Soldier On, signing the Pledge again in 2021. The company has been a Pledge partner since 2016. Raytheon Australia Managing Director, Michael Ward said they were thrilled to work closely with Solider On to continue their support of the veteran community.
“Raytheon Australia is committed to supporting our veterans and we are pleased to have been able to sign the Soldier On Pledge once again. Through our continued partnership with Soldier On, we are able to give back to the military community and assist veterans in transitioning into new career pathways,” Mr Ward said.
Soldier On CEO, Ivan Slavich said Soldier On is honoured to welcome Raytheon Australia back as its newest Pledge partner in 2021. “The Soldier On Pathways Program works to provide employment opportunities to veterans and their families, enabling them to thrive.
For every organisation that signs the Soldier On Pledge, we are one step closer to enabling more veterans and their families to secure their future,” Mr Slavich said. “Soldier On is incredibly grateful for Raytheon Australia’s ongoing support. Through signing the Pledge, Raytheon Australian acknowledges the diverse skillsets that our veterans acquire during their time with the Australian Defence Force and the value that these skillsets hold,” Mr Slavich added.