September 21, 2015

Written by John C.


I joined ActioNet in May 2014 at Yokota AB, Japan, and the experience has been incredible from the onset. Transitioning from a new company has always been a trying and painstaking process for me in the past. However, the experience with ActioNet was entirely unique. The human resource personnel made the process seamless, through their extensive knowledge and providing constant support throughout this endeavor. If I had any questions or concerns during my new hire orientation, my inquiries were immediately addressed and resolved. This was truly the point where I felt as if ActioNet was something special and provided an environment of engagement other organizations should emulate.

Within my first year with ActioNet, I was afforded the opportunity to attend the VMWare VSphere: Install, Configure, Manage (V5.5) course. As a VMware certified associate in Data Center Virtualization, this course built upon my existing knowledge of VMware administration and prepared me to take the VMware Certified Professional exam. I was actually surprised that I was given this opportunity, as previous companies I’ve worked for in the past, seldom provided professional training with such ease. This showed me that ActioNet is truly a company that endorses an employee’s educational development and is committed to providing technical professionals within the organization. In addition, I was promoted within PACAF, and I’m honored to have been selected for this position.

As a member of the Air Force Reserves, the assistance and guidance I’ve received from all personnel throughout the Global Operations Business Unit has been amazing. My management chain is completely supportive when the time comes to perform my military duty, thus providing the ease of mind for me to proudly continue to serve my country. I feel extremely fortunate that I work for such an incredible and innovative organization. For me, an ActioNeter can be described as a professional, an innovator, and a family member. I’m very proud to be an ActioNeter and part of such a dynamic organization.