Andy Chung
Andrew Chung - Offshore Midstream Operations Representative, and founder of Shell’s MILNET

“Having military experience at such a young age taught me a lot about leadership and how to successfully lead a group of people. I know and understand the value of teamwork in accomplishing a goal. My leadership abilities, organizational skills, and overall self-discipline are some of the skills that I transferred from the military to my job today.

One of the most important lessons that I have learned after successfully transitioning into the workforce is the ability to network. This was one of the reasons of what I was successful in making the transition. There are many different networks and organizations for veterans that are in place and I encourage people to reach out and ask..”

Mike Bauschka, Civil Structural Design Specialist – Shell Deer Park
Mike Bauschka, Civil Structural Design Specialist – Shell Deer Park

“I miss the unique brotherhood of the Army, but I have that sense of family here at the site at Shell Deer Park”.

“My Army experience taught me to take safety very seriously.  Safety starts and ends with caring. While I had an incredible opportunity to help protect our country, every employee here at the site has the opportunity to help protect everyone around them by watching out for each other. I take great pride in doing that every day.”

Lady in red dress standing
Sarah Rollings – Marine Facilities Advisor and also a Commander in the Reserves

“My military experience directly contributes to my civilian work at Shell.  The Navy also taught me project management skills which I apply daily.”

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