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Andretti launches 'Military to Motorsports' initiative

Andretti Autosport has announced a new hiring initiative to help U.S. Military Veterans transition into the civilian workforce – particularly into motorsports – upon their retirement from the armed forces. MilitaryToMotorsports.com, which was started with the help of retired U.S. Navy Seal Team Member and Deep Sea Diver and Andretti Autosport chassis owner Chief David Tilton, seeks to give back to our nation's Armed Service members by hiring the most qualified Military Veterans to join Andretti Autosport across its diverse family of race teams. Opportunities span across various positions and racing disciplines, including front office operations, transport drivers and pit crew members....
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