Christopher Flurry

Christopher Flurry is a Marine veteran with more than 13 years of active service. Christopher served the Marine Corps as a Public Affairs Chief, and has deployed to Afghanistan and Eastern Europe. Christopher is currently an undergraduate student, with the 5-year plan to practice law, focusing on veterans and civil rights. Christopher and his wife Molly now live in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Recent articles from Christopher Flurry

Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman Michael Holmes, assigned to Naval Hospital Jacksonville, examines a boy as part of an on-hands clinical rotation during Hospital Corpsman University training.
Why Modern Veterans Should Come To Terms With Obamacare
Leaving the Marine Corps is what completely made up this veteran's mind on the Affordable Care Act.
U.S. Marine Corps officers of Financial Management Officers Course 1-12, Financial Management School (FMS), Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, learn how to manage money and paperwork during deployed dispursing training aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., April 30, 2012.
Our Troops Need Financial Ed, Not Financial Aid
Military families are going broke not because they don’t have enough money, but because they don’t know how to manage what they have.