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AND HAPPENINGS WITH VIP

Take a look at some of the newsworthy items for the VIP program.

UA VIP graduate Tyler Simms, was prepared for his career because of the VIP Program. He has been a foreman for a few years and is now a journeyman welder.

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The United Association Veterans in Piping Program provides a pathway to career with great benefits, upward mobility and continued learning.

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Members of the United Association Veterans in Piping Welding Class 31 at Camp Pendleton heaped praise on their instructors halfway through the class.

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United Association Veterans in Piping graduate, Army Sergeant Brandon Simpson, is a fifth year UA apprentice with Local 502 who will soon become a journeyman.

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Joe Perez began his path to becoming a journeyman fire sprinkler fitter with the UA Veterans in Piping program at Fort Sill. He has now achieved this goal.

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UA VIP Class 10 participants at Naval Station Norfolk toured a military hospital and got a first hand education on the building’s heating and cooling system.

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United Association Veterans in Piping Welding Class 15 has begun at Fort Hood. The participants and instructor are excited about this new beginning.

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Fort Carson UA VIP graduate James Galvez is finding success in the piping industry and really enjoys the comradery as a union apprentice.

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United Association Veterans in Piping Welding Class 31 at Camp Pendleton is set to begin. Read about this career opportunity for transitioning service members.

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UA VIP Naval Station Norfolk HVAC-R Class 10 is at the midpoint point of the program and instructor Marvin Donnell is impressed with the progress of his students.

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