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Back on the Homefront

Back on the Homefront

The adjustment from active duty to civilian life is rife with joy, emotion and challenges alike. Ponder the true nature of post-army homecomings and the reality of transitioning from soldier to veteran.

  • Matt Cates
    Published 3 months ago
    Veteran Benefits, Made Easy!

    Veteran Benefits, Made Easy!

    Veterans Benefits, Explained Simply
  • Julia Nex
    Published 5 months ago
    Translating Your Military Career to a Resume

    Translating Your Military Career to a Resume

    Okay, you’ve made the decision that it’s time to transition from military service and start a new adventure in the “civilian world,” but how do you translate your military career into a language and skill set that is clear and understandable to prospective employers?
  • Jonathan Reed
    Published 5 months ago
    Without Them

    Without Them

    They stood shoulder to shoulder, ten men in a line, hands pressed to their foreheads performing a salute. After 75 years their salute was slower, their balance aided by walking sticks, their sight somewhat deteriorated, but still they stood surveying the applauding crowd before them.
  • Jus L'amore
    Published 6 months ago
    10 Easy Ways You Can Help Veterans

    10 Easy Ways You Can Help Veterans

    Freedom is something many Americans take for granted, but for every day we enjoy our freedom is a day a military member has served fighting for it. Whether they are active soldiers or veterans, these brave souls have put their lives on the line to protect our nation's civilians.
  • Rowan Marley
    Published 9 months ago
    The 10 Best Gifts for Service Members Returning Home

    The 10 Best Gifts for Service Members Returning Home

    If you're a family member or friend who was faithfully sending care packages to a friend in the military, you already know how rough that life can be. Rougher still though is trying to re-integrate into the civilian world after being deployed at war.
  • Rowan Marley
    Published 9 months ago
    10 Good Jobs for New Veterans

    10 Good Jobs for New Veterans

    You served your country well, you met a bunch of new friends, and you learned to love the military lifestyle. Or, maybe you just did one tour in Iraq, only to find that you're alright with being a "one and done" type of veteran. Either way, you're working your life back into the civilian world and you need a new way to support yourself.
  • Fred Eugene Park
    Published 11 months ago
    Why Military Veterans Have a Hard Time Getting a Job

    Why Military Veterans Have a Hard Time Getting a Job

    There are few bigger sacrifices that an individual can make than fighting for their country. Around the world, our military helps to keep our citizens and civilians everywhere safe from terror. Though much respect and admiration is extended to the American veterans of foreign war, considerably less help and resources are available to these brave men and women when they leave the armed forces.
  • Patty Ramsen
    Published 11 months ago
    10 Civilian Jobs Similar to Military Life

    10 Civilian Jobs Similar to Military Life

    When you leave the military, you may be worried about your transition to regular civilian jobs. However, there are civilian jobs similar to military life that won’t be too much of an uprooting for you. Before your job search, you need to know what you’d like to do. Plenty of employers would love to hire men and women who have had military experience because of how disciplined and hardworking they are.
  • Jonathan Bowler
    Published about a year ago
    From Frontlines to Heavy Books

    From Frontlines to Heavy Books

    “INCOMING! GET ON THE FLOOR!”