Career/Education Veterans

Landing A Civilian Job After Leaving The Military: 3 Helpful Tips

Leaving the military and embracing civilian life can be a sigh of relief for many military families. It doesn’t come without its challenges, especially when it comes to finding work.  It should be because, as a military service member you have acquired skills and a work ethic that many civilians can only dream of. TheContinue Reading “Landing A Civilian Job After Leaving The Military: 3 Helpful Tips”

Deployment/PCS Finance/Money Veterans

Avoiding Financial Mistakes Following Deployment

Content provided courtesy of USAA Member Community. By: Chad Storlie Returning from a deployment, especially a long deployment is great.  You are back with loved ones, you finally have some much-needed time off, and your savings account has never looked better.  Returning from a deployment can be a time of potential financial missteps.  Enjoy being back,Continue Reading “Avoiding Financial Mistakes Following Deployment”

Homefront Veterans

Notes of Love for Wounded Veteran and His Family

The slogan Virginia is for Lovers took on another form this week as a local Virginia community welcomed a wounded veteran and his family to the area. US Army Sgt Michael Goodrich and his family were welcomed to the North Stafford, Virginia area a few months before their house will be ready by the “OperationContinue Reading “Notes of Love for Wounded Veteran and His Family”

Homefront Political/News Veterans

Dear President-Elect

Dear President-Elect Trump, On Friday, with the world watching, you will raise your right hand and take the oath of office – the oath of the highest office held in our nation. I will be watching. My children will be watching. People who supported you and people who didn’t will stand in silence and watchContinue Reading “Dear President-Elect”