What to do after the military


Like all things in life, military service is temporary. For some, it’s a forty-year career that might begin at a service academy and end right around the time to collect Social Security; for others, it’s a few weeks at basic military training before having a severe injury that disqualifies from service or being kicked out for misconduct. For most, however, it’s somewhere between a 4-6 year, 10-13 year or 20-22 year career. Regardless of when a service member gets out, everyone has to figure out what happens after service, a task that can feel too far away to worry about for the young service member and terrifying to the near-retiree.

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