The Relevant Credentials

When I personally left the Army in 2012, I felt like I had the right skill set and a sufficient set of qualifications to head in the right direction when entering the civilian world. I was under the illusion that civilian employers would recognise and credit the fact that I was once a section commander who had led men into battle on operations in hostile environments overseas. Continue reading “The Relevant Credentials”

Crushed

For most veterans, the transition from soldier to civilian can be extremely challenging. Be under no illusion, leaving the armed forces requires a lot of planning and preparation. However, what if you were suddenly faced with an unexpected circumstance which determined your service termination in the form of a medical discharge when you originally had no intentions of leaving? Continue reading “Crushed”