Our Warriors are the

Caretakers of the American Dream. 

Able Forces, founded by 2 veterans, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit providing professional, career-oriented employment exclusively to Wounded Warriors and Disabled Veterans.  

The primary focus of employment for our Warriors is on Federal and Commercial contracts.  Our contracts reflect a variety of professional disciplines including Military Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), Military Analysts, Administrative and Program Management Support, Help Desk, Logistics, and Secure Communications in both cleared and non-cleared environments.

Able Forces employment opportunities focus exclusively on career-oriented, entry to senior level positions.  

We are currently executing contracts in Washington DC Metro Area, Alexandria VA, Huntsville Alabama, Ft. Benning GA, and Orlando/Tampa FL.  Existing customers include:

  • U.S. Army PEO STRI
  • Missile Defense Agency
  • Special Operations Command
  • Ft. Belvoir Mark Center
  • Military One Source
  • Department of Energy
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We encourage our OEF/OIF Wounded Warriors and all Disabled Veterans to contact Able Forces for information regarding employment opportunities in these and other developing geographic areas.

    Mission

The mission of Able Forces is to address the critical employment and training needs of our combat injured veterans of OEF/OIF and all disabled veterans.   We emphasize continuity of support and focus on providing employment opportunities and community-based job preparation training to our Nation’s heroes suffering from Severe Physical Disabilities, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and minor to profound Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

    Corporate Focus

Able Forces, founded by veterans, is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Small Business, an Ability One/SourceAmerica affiliate, and defined as a Community Rehabilitation Program (CRP).  Our efforts to provide training and employment to our nation's Heroe's include well-established working relationships with the following Care-Giving and Veteran-focused organizations:

Department of Veterans Affairs
Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2)
Warrior Transition Units (WTU)
Navy Safe Harbor
Marine Corps Regiment
Air Force Wounded Warrior Program
Coast Guard Wounded Warrior Program
State Employment (VET) Agencies
Community Veterans Organizations
Community Service Organzations
Department of Labor VETS