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When it comes to advice on how to get a job, there are numerous resources that provide direction on how civilians can prepare and find the perfect job but there hardly any resources for military veterans and retirees. Job hunting in the civilian world, as it is, is incredibly overwhelming,
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OCS Vs ROTC Understand The Difference
Two common routes to obtain a commission in the United States Army are through Officer Candidate School (OCS) and the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC). Together, they produce the majority of the Army’s officers. Many people do not know the difference between the two sources, but they have some key
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As moving trucks line the streets, it is the all-too-familiar sign that PCS season is upon us. Whether you are currently in the process of moving or have a couple years left, it is never too early to start planning. PCSing doesn’t always have to be stressful, so we put
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My fellow military spouse, You are not the only one who misses their spouse, even if they’re gone for a shorter period of time. It’s ok to miss your spouse, even when it’s just a overnight training. You are not the only one who feels broken down and defeated during
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You know how sometimes it seems that no one gets it? As teenagers (and often as adults), we transfer our angst, frustration, happiness, and sadness through music. Sometimes, it’s better to just have someone else say it differently. When it comes to deployment, it might be difficult to explain what
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