6 Tips to Help You Nail Military Transition

Military transitions can be hard on military members and their families. Here's how to make it easier for everyone.

Understanding that the military to civilian transition process is difficult and takes time is a benefit, not a risk.  Follow these tips to have a successful and fulfilling transition where you discover what gives you purpose and how you can create value in your new civilian life. Tip 1: Take some time for yourself. The […]

Why Military Spouses Can’t Have It All

Editor’s Note: Thanks to Jeremy Hilton, military spouse and author of this piece, for his permission to reprint it here on MilitaryOneClick. It was originally published here.  Last Friday, the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) published the first in a three-part series regarding military spouse employment, titled The Force Behind the Force: A […]

5 of the Best Outdoor Organizations for Veterans

“With an eye made quiet by the power of harmony, and the deep power of joy, we see into the life of things.” -William Wordsworth, “Lines Written A Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey” Let’s get pretentious for a second and (literally) take a word out of William Wordsworth’s book: There can be no doubt that […]

Practice Makes Perfect: Military Rehearsal Skills for Business

How to make military skills work for civilian businesses.

One of the most prominent things that I remember while training as a young 2nd Lieutenant at Fort Benning, GA was the use of rehearsals.  We did rehearsals for everything: Parachute Landing Falls (PLF) for Airborne training, gunnery drills for mortar training, and tens of different Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for patrolling while at Ranger […]