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Having fought wars, dangerous military operations, death and deadly bullets, veterans of the US Marine Corps have become preoccupied with changing tires and adjusting car headlights at the German BMW factory instead of switching lead and armor stores. They have become the target of the factories of the German automaker BMW, as they began operating in their factories, in light of the shortage of skilled workers, according to media reports.

"US Navy veterans are the most suitable candidates for training as workers in our factories," a company spokesman told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

The US military provides ex-combatants who finish their service mostly in their mid-20s with appropriate training for reintegration into the labor market and public life. BMW has been a partner in the US military since last year to provide jobs for these soldiers, the German newspaper said, quoting the spokesman.

This comes at a time when the German-based giant car maker is feeling the effects of the US-China trade war. Its work is also vulnerable to threats by US President Donald Trump to impose additional tariffs on EU car imports and anti-European measures. Trump plans to increase taxes on car imports by 25 percent or more.

The giant German company in Spartanburg, South Carolina, runs its largest factory in the world, with over 36,000 employees, producing X-class models. According to the company has produced in this plant in 2017 about 272 thousand cars.


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