U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Joshua Young

Getting out of the military can be a challenging time, especially for those who only served one enlistment and are heading to college. In my case, I dropped out of school in 2008 and enlisted, then in 2012 left the Marines and returned to college, except this time I had a new identifier permanently affixed to myself. I was now a veteran, but I had no idea how that one little detail was going to impact and alter how I behaved. I felt like I was equipped with a wealth of experience far beyond my peers. I’d gone to war, done some stuff, and now I was going to show these civilians just how easy they had it. Post-military life would be a cinch and I’d be making mad bank in no time.

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Here’s something Marine Corps recruiting ads won’t show you: a nitpicky, power-tripping company gunnery sergeant treating his noncommissioned officers like children over a field day room inspection.

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