I worked for the U.S. military and can’t find the person I worked for. I need to get a recommendation from him. Is there anyone who can help?

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  • Yes.  If your previous supervisor was U.S. military or an employee of the U.S. Department of Defense and you are having trouble locating them, the United States Government can possibly help, although it is not guaranteed.
    • Under the Supervisor Locator program, the U.S. government will try to locate your previous supervisor and contact them for you.

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    but there is no any feedback except AUTO replay
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    Answer shared by Aram Qader wezdy — January 9, 2014 @ 5:22 am

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