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United Access Proudly Supports Our U.S. Military

United Access Thanks Your For Your Service

At United Access, we are proud to support the men and women who serve, or have served, in the U.S. military.

United Access’s longstanding commitment to the military includes partnering with military organizations, such as the Paralyzed Veterans of America, Wounded Warriors and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

We Hire Heroes

Our commitment to our military goes beyond our customers. Military veterans make up nearly 10% of our workforce.

Listen to what our employees are saying about working at United Access

Jonah
Service Manager at United Access
Staff Sergeant – United States Marine Corps Reserves, Operations Chief, HQ Battery 2BN 14MAR

I love the fact that this isn’t only just a job, but a family and everyone works together to take care of the customer. I like coming into work because there’s always some new problem that needs to be solved and you’re helping everybody that walks in the door. I also like talking with the Vets that come in. It’s great to hear from the different generations and tell war stories.

Van
Service Manager at United Access
Corporal – United States Marine Corps

“A lot of people say that being able to help the customers is what they love and it certainly holds the number two spot on my list of why I like working here. The biggest appeal for me though is the challenge of finding a solution to a one-off problem that nobody else can figure out and seeing the customer’s face when you make the impossible happen.”

Gene,
Service Manager at United Access
H3 Petty Officer – United States Navy

“One big thing that is my drive is helping people. In my life I have amassed knowledge that fuels my problem solving skills to create solutions for paralyzed and disabled individuals to bring back their freedom to drive a personal user managed vehicle.”

John,
Service Technician at United Access
Sergeant – United States Air Force, Aircraft Crew Chief, 82nd Organizational Maintenance Squadron, 82nd Flying Training Wing

“I’ve been in the mobility industry for 10 years. I have stayed in the Mobility industry because I get a great amount of satisfaction helping our community in the way that I am best able. As a Crew Chief, my priority was to ensure my assigned aircraft were safe and ready for scheduled training activity. This required excellent assessment and communication skills. My priority now as a Technician is to assist my customers in their quest to live normal lives by ensuring their adaptive needs are met and maintained in the best possible manner. The skills I learned as a Crew Chief have allowed me to become a reliable and effective Technician.”