There are a many advantages to working in private security. It generally brings you into contact with many people so it’s a great way to learn how to reintegrate socially. It’s also a great way to network and have small conversations with people while on duty.
Remember when you had a problem in the military? I do. If it was a pay problem, you went to finance. For a weapons problem, you went to the armorer. If the issue was a personal one, then you went to your platoon sergeant or BAS. Whatever the issue, there was a place to go […] View More ›
Texas SB 1735 limits equal access to college by ethnic minority service members and female veterans, as well as education benefits to Guard and Reserves.
Transition planning is not a one-time deal to only be done while you are in the process of retiring or transitioning from the military. Don’t make the error I made. It must be a continual process even after you leave the service and even after you are in the civilian work force. My transition planning from […] View More ›
Florida State Parks offer several discounts to veterans for year-round passes, and lifetime passes for disabled veterans. It’s a great way to get out and have fun with your Veteran friends.
Even if you don’t know what you’re going to do when you first get out, at least get the GI Bill rolling and take some college classes as a buffer between the military and the civilian division.
The key to any legitimate service dog organization is to ensure they “certify” the canine for Post Traumatic Stress. The service dog organization should be able to supply you with this certification, to include certification for your State and Federal/VA endorsement.
Texas does a great job of providing parking benefits to Vets. Many of these benefits are mandated by the state, while others are left up to the discretion of the cities. Most cities, however, go above and beyond. I didn’t know about many of these benefits when I decided to get a set of Purple […] View More ›