Veterans Employment Boot Camp Part of the 2014 Army Veterans & Navy Veterans Football Celebration Week of Events



Second Annual Army Veterans vs. Navy Veterans Arena Football Game Presented by The Judge Group as Part of Philadelphia’s The Year of The Veteran

On Wednesday, June 25, The 2014 Army Veterans & Navy Veterans football teams will host a Veterans Employment Boot Camp for 35-50 unemployed Veterans.  Participants will attend a presentation on self-promotion and interview skills, then interview for positions working at Saturday’s historic game.
The game, to be played Saturday, June 28, will feature legendary former players from both Annapolis and West Point. The game comes one week prior to the Welcome America Festival as part of The City of Philadelphia’s Year of The Veteran. Last year, the Navy veterans won the inaugural clash in a thriller, and look to return home with the Commanders Cup again this year.
“Putting people to work is what we do,” said Martin E. Judge Jr., owner and CEO of The Judge Group, a leading global professional services firm.

Wednesday’s Veterans Employment Boot Camp will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will be held at The Class of 1923 Arena, the site of Saturday’s football game. The event kicks off a three-phase initiative focused on reducing veteran unemployment.
To learn more about the Second Annual Army Veterans vs. Navy Veterans Football Game and surrounding events, contact Joe Krause at  267-261-3428 or visit To learn more about AFL China, visit
AFL China is a company created by Martin E. Judge, Jr. to introduce and launch a Professional American Arena Football League in China.  Following an extremely successful trip to Beijing, China, together with its Ganlan Media International partner, AFL China formally announced plans to further develop Professional American Arena Football in China by Fall of 2015. A comprehensive football training program and an exhibition game were held in 2013, and ongoing training programs have been supporting and managing the expansion of AFL programs into many more Chinese cities after these inaugural initiatives. Full league play is planned in China for the fall of 2015 with a combination of American and Chinese players comprising each professional team.

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