Transition Mistakes To Avoid When Getting Out Of The Military


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Image: Taurus James – Take a look at the mistakes others point out for you to avoid when doing your military transition. – Veterans Info Site

As a civilian male military spouse and US Military Veteran advocate, I hear many stories about tough military transitions that servicemembers and their families have gone through.

BEFORE you transition from the military to civilian life, do your best to make the transition as smooth as possible.

Take a look at the mistakes others point out for you to avoid when doing your military transition.


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These articles appear on Task & Purpose, a digital news and culture publication dedicated to military and veterans issues.



 

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