Edward Green served 20 years in the United States Marine Corps as a Harrier jet pilot, which included leadership roles as a Detachment Commander and Instructor Pilot. In 1991, Edward served in combat, with 40 combat missions in Desert Storm, and in 2003, he served with the infantry, as the Air Officer for 1st Battalion 5th Marines in combat. For the past 11 years, Edward have been in Project Management in the Defense, Aerospace, and Transportation industries.
Career Success Tip
The one thing I’ve learned is, there is no substitute for action! If you’re in a situation and you don’t know how to move it forward, just keep your feet moving and find some action to take in order to get to the next step. Ask somebody for help, ask a mentor, try something and see how it turns out, get feedback. People want to study things for too long of a time until they come up with the exact perfect next step, but you need to take some action or suggest a way forward.