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Veterans Become Chauffeurs In New York, London

Posted on June 1, 2016

After driving an armored vehicle along dusty, IED-rigged roads of Iraq and Afghanistan, navigating luxury vehicles through the streets of New York and London is a breeze for a growing team of chauffeurs whose transition to civilian life is being eased by an international startup.

The company is Capstar, and while the main service it provides clients is transportation, it also offers aviation, security and other personal services. But what it offers its highly disciplined employees may be even more important: a chance to use their habits and skills to build a successful civilian career.

Fox News article and video here

Related Topics: aviation, chauffeur training, hiring chauffeurs, London operators, New York operators, security, startup, VIP service, wealthy clients

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