EAS: 3 Years Later

After exiting active service from the Marine Corps in July 2013, I’ve found most if not all of the lessons learned while in uniform apply to the CIVDIV as well. I feel it’s important to emphasize this point because Veterans sometimes drop the characteristics that ensured a successful enlistment. We must carry on our adaptive,

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MJN Spotlight: Charlie Bell

Charlie Bell joined the Army in 2005 through the College Option Officer Candidate School. He was a field artillery officer, and served most of his time in Fort Bragg. During his first tour with the 18th Fires Brigade, he was deployed to Afghanistan. His second tour was with the 82nd Airborne Division, which included a

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The Benefits of Working at a Veteran-Owned Small Business

Veteran-owned small businesses have a lot to offer, to their customers, their communities, and to prospective employees. Employment at a veteran-owned small business is an excellent opportunity for veteran job-seekers. There are significant tangible and intangible benefits to working at a veteran-owned small business. Veteran small business entrepreneurs possess strong leadership skills learned during military

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