Im sure there is another thread on here about this, I am looking for some information about the process of becoming an ATC. Currently I am in the Army and will ETS after 7 years starting in October 2017. I figured a jump start would be to my advantage. Can someone explain how the hiring process works, how a resume will be looked at and what is looked for, what experience qualifies for certain positions? How much do they look at education and how much does military experience come into effect when looking for an ATC job. My job in the Army is Flight Operations and I have overseen aircraft on missions in Afghanistan as well as here in the states on a daily basis with cross country flight and coordinating between our aircraft and airports. If there is any advice for jump starting this process please let me know. Best regards.