Your Guide to a Successful Military-to-Civilian Career Transition
5 out of 5 stars, Essential Transition Reading
"This book is an outstanding resource for transitioning service-members and should be the first thing one reads when either considering separating or planning the upcoming transition. I only recently found it while deep in my own transition planning. Even though I feel as though I'm doing well in the process, I would have benefited greatly from Mr. Wolfe's insights months ago. This book is the only resource I've found (from other transition books, conversations with JMO recruiters, TGPS/TAPS, and networking) that hasn't left me questioning any of it's arguments or advice. Further, it compiles much of the practical advice and knowledge that you might figure out along the way into one source. I can't say enough about this book - it's now my go-to recommendation for transition reading!"
Emory Miller, LT, USN, Naval Aviator, B.S. U.S. Naval Academy; M.A. Boston College: M.B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Are you out of uniform?
"Realizing or being told that he or she is out of uniform is not a pleasant experience for those serving in the military. Whether it is simply a missing component (hat, belt, insignia, or ribbon) or the unintentional selection of an incorrect uniform-of-the-day, he or she becomes the focus of attention for the wrong reason. However, as uncomfortable as it may be, the damage is minimal and the fix is relatively simple.
For men and women in transition from military to civilian occupations, the phrase out of uniform takes on a new meaning. This time the situation is intentional but the fix is not so simple. A veteran can take off the uniform and hang it in the closet, but what happens next?"
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