Matt, originally from Glenelg, MD, is a 2000 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, where he received a BS in History. While at the Academy, he was a three time letter winner for the Varsity Football team.
Upon graduation, Matt was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Marine Corps and became an Infantry Officer. As an Infantry Officer, he served as an 81mm Mortar Platoon Commander with the 1st Battalion, 6th Marines, a Rifle Company Commander and Battalion Operations Officer with the 2d Battalion, 7th Marines, and a Combat Advisor to foreign units. Additionally, he was an Instructor for the Infantry Officers Course at The Basic School and headed the Instructor group at the Marine Corps Security Cooperation Group. During his career he deployed to Afghanistan four times, the Pacific twice, and Iraqi and the Republic of Georgia once.
Matt transitioned from the Marine Corps in March 2014 and joined Orion in August 2014 as an Officer Recruiter working with USMC, Navy, Coast Guard and Air Force Officers.
If you are an Active Duty USMC Officer located in the Northeast or Midwest half of the US and would like to learn more about Orion's Career Placement Services, please contact Matt today.
USMC Officers - Southeast and South Central United States
Brett Watson was commissioned into the Marine Corps shortly after he graduated from Troy University in 2010. Brett initially served as an Infantry Platoon Commander for V2/6 and deployed to Afghanistan in 2011. After his return stateside he served as an Afghan National Army Advisor and deployed to Afghanistan again in 2013. His last billet was as the Headquarters Company Executive Officer for the 6th Marine Regiment at Camp Lejeune.
After his separation from the Marine Corps, Brett started his civilian career search with Orion International and transitioned directly to Orion in 2014 as an Officer Recruiter and works with transitioning USMC, Navy, Coast Guard and Air Force Officers.
If you are an Active Duty USMC Officer located in the Southeast or South Central half of the US and would like to learn more about Orion's Career Placement Services, please contact Brett today.
Sean Crittenden was commissioned through the Penn State University NROTC in December 1999. After completing The Basic School in Quantico, Va., He attended and subsequently graduated from Naval Flight School as a Naval Flight Officer in Pensacola Fl. He was then assigned to VAQ-129 FRS in Whidbey Island Washington where he was designated as an Electronic Countermeasures Officer (ECMO), flying EA-6B Prowlers.
In 2003, Sean transferred to VMAQ-2 in MCAS Cherry Point, NC where he served as Squadron Legal Officer and Airframes Division Officer. In 2004, Sean deployed with VMAQ-2 as it became the first EA-6B Squadron to conduct combat operations from Iraqi soil. He subsequently amassed more than 429 Flight Hours during 95 combat missions in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom II and 5-07. He additionally served in both Baghdad and Doha, Qatar as the resident USMC EA-6B liaison officer.
After his return from OIF in 2006, he was then assigned as the Marine Det OIC of the US Navy Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape School, Coronado Ca. During this time period he served as Operations Officer, Resistance and Field Survival Department Heads. He also completed his MBA through the University of Southern California, before making the transition into the corporate world in 2010. Sean then worked in Global Asset Management for UBS from 2010-2012 as a Performance Measurement Analyst.
Sean joined Orion in 2013 and works with USMC officers as they prepare for their transition into Corporate America.
If you are an Active Duty Marine Corps Officer in the Western half of the US and would like to learn more about Orion’s Career Placement Services, please contact Sean today.