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  1. ABLE VETSDivision of Able Body Labor Our Mission To provide apprenticeship programs or entry level training for Veterans in Florida that will enable them to advance in the construction trade. To test existing Able Vets for Journeymen and advance them through additional training.

  2. Able Body Labor Veteran Owned and Operated Corporate Headquarters in Florida 20 Years of a Successful Business Model Employed 75,000 Floridians in 2005 2005 Gross Wages paid in Florida - $89.5 Million Sixty-One (61) Offices in Florida

  3. Florida Locations

  4. Supporting Companies

  5. TrainingU Initiative 675,000 Open Construction Jobs in Florida? Financial Commitment Semi-Skilled & Skilled Training Disaster Recovery Worker Program

  6. Able Vets Strategy

  7. TrainingU

  8. Proposed Disabled Veterans Transition Camp Partnered With

  9. Tools for Troops Safety Equipment Disaster Recovery Equipment Carpentry Tools Masonry Tools Drywall Tools Painting Equipment Flooring Tools and Adhesives Electrical Helpers Tools

  10. Veterans Program Remedial Basic Math, Reading, OSHA Safety, Hand Tools, Fasteners, Tape Measure Program Choices Carpentry, Roofing, OSHA Safety, Masonry, Disaster Recovery, Drywall, Flooring

  11. Portable Training Centers Able Body Support Portable Training 61 Locations Recruiting Tool Van

  12. Able Body Offices

  13. Veterans Acquisition Able Body Labor Offices National Guard & Reserve 25,000 Customers Military Transition Programs Disabled including Veterans Partnership with Workforce Florida