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Thank you for serving our country. We respect your service, salute your skills, and appreciate your unique experience and talents. GEO is comprised of over 18,000 employees, and in the past 8 years, we’ve hired over 4,300 veterans and active service members.

GEO offers challenging and rewarding career opportunities, competitive pay, benefits, training and advancement opportunities for individuals who are transitions from military to civil life, Veterans or prior military service members of the National Guard or Reserve.

 

GEO received the 2013 Most Valuable Employers for Military® Award by CivilianJobs.com.

 

 

 

GEO is a Top Military Friendly Employer.

 

 

       GEO’s civilian career opportunities in Military Friendly Cities.

 

 

The Florida Department of Health offers health care licensing for Military Members and Spouses.

 

 

 


 Congratulations to our Veteran of the Quarter

 Tracy Maxwell

Mr. Maxwell, a Compliance Administrator for D. Ray James Correctional Facility (GA), was nominated by Warden Tracy Johns.

I would like to nominate Tracy S.  Maxwell, Compliance Administrator for D. Ray James Correctional Facility for the Veteran of the Quarter. Tracy is a dedicated GEO-D. Ray James Correctional Facility employee, youth mentor and published author.

Tracy Maxwell joined the United States Army and served for 22 years. He is a United States Army Retired Veteran First Sergeant who served with the U. S. Army Military Police Corp Regiment. He received basic and advance military police training in Fort McClellan, Alabama in July 1979 where he was assigned to Bravo Company, 12th Military Police Battalion 3rd platoon.  Tracy served in various deployments and assignments throughout his distinguished career including but were not limited to Kansas, Alabama, Korea, Georgia and Japan. 

In 1994, Tracy was assigned to The U. S Army Military Police Advanced Training Division RTIC (Rehabilitation Training Instructor Course) Program in Fort McClellan, Alabama. Under the 1989 National Drug Control Strategy Act sign by President Bush, Tracy began training and certifying federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to operate juvenile and adult boot camps for at- risk youth and first time felons.  Tracy trained and traveled extensively from 1994 to 1998 with a team of U. S. Army Drill Instructors. Some notable programs included two Federal Bureau of Prisons Shock Incarceration Boot Camps located in Bryan, Texas for women inmates and in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. 

Read More About Our Current and Previous Veterans of the Quarter.


  

 

  

 

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