Embarking on the employment journey can be intimidating with a lot of surprising twists and turns. Perfecting your resume to best represent you doesn’t have to be one of them.
This article was originally posted at Task and Purpose! When America’s intrepid Coasties aren’t spending their days leaping aboard rogue narco-subs and opening fire on friggin’ sharks, they’re often saddled with more mundane tasks — among them, Operation Bubba Gump. Besides an awesome name and a tribute to one of the finest fictional soldiers to ever serve, Operation Bubba Gump is a […]
Getting creative with “I Love You” can help you bring a fresh connection between the two of you. It can remind you of your commitment, and show hubs that he still has a place in your life while he’s across the ocean.
The scariest part of moving isn’t packing up all of your worldly belongings; it is being the new kid again. So how can we make at least one part of the unknown easier? We can start by getting to know the new town.
June 6, 1944. Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, France. This area was chosen due to the ability of the range of air cover, as well as the proximity to Great Britain. There were five beaches chosen for the landing assault: Omaha, Utah, Juno, Gold, and Sword beaches. As dawn broke over Normandy, the […]
The Army Reserve celebrates its 112th birthday this year! Each year on April 23, the Army Reserve celebrates its inception as well as its contributions to two World Wars, the Cold War, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf War, and countless other missions. The Army Reserve provides combat support, peacekeeping, and civil support. Army Reservists today […]
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