Timothy Boyd is a U.S. soldier stationed in war-torn Afghanistan. He will soon be heading back to his hometown of Dallas, Georgia. He desperately wants to bring back Misha, a puppy he saved and has cared for during his stay there. Continue reading US Soldier Fights to Bring Puppy Dragged by Rope Out of War-Torn Afghanistan
Would you purchase a house without consulting a realtor? What about transitioning out of the military and starting a civilian career without the help of a military recruiter? Continue reading Would you Buy a House without a Realtor? The Top Five Ways Military Recruiters are like Realtors
Some job listings will say “cover letter required,” while others don’t include any mention about it at all. When it comes to the ladder, many applicants often wonder, Should I submit one in anyway?
Continue reading 3 times you can skip the cover letter—and the 1 time you absolutely shouldn’t
GWACs, IDIQs, T&M—oh my! To a new business owner, these acronyms look like alphabet soup. To government entities, they look like work. But to a veteran business owner competing for a government contract, “GWAC, IDIQ, and T&M” look like opportunity.
Continue reading Government Contracting for Your Veteran-Owned Business
You’ve reached a turning point in your military career. You’re transitioning from active duty to civilian and are considering business ownership as your next move. Continue reading Transitioning from Service to Startup
By Brian Robin
The biggest rock star playing at Pechanga Resort Casino isn’t Pitbull. It isn’t Tony Bennett. Nor is it Michael Bolton, Paula Abdul, or Steven Tyler, all of whom have performed at the Temecula, California, resort this year.
Continue reading Every Day is a Dog Day for One Marine Veteran
Mountain Mike’s Pizza is committed to serving “pizza the way it oughta be!®.” Headquartered in Newport Beach, California, Mountain Mike’s is a family-style pizza chain with more than 200 franchised restaurants in California and the West. Continue reading Marine Serves Up Success One Slice at a Time
By Bob Wiedower, VP of Sales and Military Programs at Combined Insurance
Continue reading How to Land a Great Job after You Transition from the Military
If you’re a veteran or about to become one, you might want to consider moving to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It’s first on Navy Federal Credit Union’s recently released list of The Best Cities After Service, a “unique look at the places best suited for servicemembers to consider living in after leaving the military.”
Continue reading What Are the Best Cities to Live In After Service?
In 2018, nearly 20,000 veterans and military family members received support through Easterseals through an extensive list of programs, including; advocacy and education and employment programs and job training. Continue reading Easterseals serves 20,000 vets and their families in 2018