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Posted on Fri, Jan 13, 2006 18:56

To All you Veterans, Doc wants you to know...don't believe those Sgt.'s that say, "Civilians are looking for you." They're crock of sh it. Having been in the military gives you that "SLIGHT EDGE", that civilians do not have. If your planning to get out of the military, network like hell, make friends and influence people, and most of all, stay "FLEXIBLE". It is the Veteran that can adapt and overcome and plot and plan, map out their lives, that will succeed. Most of all, "Doc" wants you to remember, don't forget or turn your back on a fellow soldier in need, but also know, when to let them fall. A true soldier would never beg, never put out a sign asking for pity. Please reach out to one another, embrace each other, and never forget who you are. Doc

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Posted on Fri, Jul 20, 2007 08:20

That is true, be sure that you have checked out any place that might hire your field of expertise. Also don't expect right away to make big bucks but sometimes you do get lucky. I have found work but sometime you might have to relocate. Do research and check out the civil service and maybe get lucky and get a gov't job. Make sure you know how the world is going to be once you get back into it as a civilian. You all take care:) Enjoy and Be Safe!


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Posted on Sun, Jul 15, 2007 06:44

Re: MedicMama write: To All you Veterans, Doc wants you to know...don't believe those Sgt.'s that say, "Civilians are looking for you." They're crock of sh it. Having been in the military gives you that "SLIGHT EDGE", that civilians do not have. If your planning to get out of the military, network like hell, make friends and influence people, and most of all, stay "FLEXIBLE". It is the Veteran that can adapt and overcome and plot and plan, map out their lives, that will succeed. Most of all, "Doc" wants you to remember, don't forget or turn your back on a fellow soldier in need, but also know, when to let them fall. A true soldier would never beg, never put out a sign asking for pity. Please reach out to one another, embrace each other, and never forget who you are. Doc

It was the Veitnam veteran that said. "We will never turn our back on a fellow soldier." As it was done to us by the ww2 veteran. No matter where it's at. When a Soldier dies a mother crys.

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