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Servicemember to citizen: a few things to keep in mind
Starting in 2016, the U.S. began implementing policies that greatly hindered foreign-born servicemembers from applying for citizenship.
When to refinance your auto loan
An improved credit score since your original auto financing may lead to more favorable loan terms, such as a lower interest rate and lower monthly payment.
This is 5.11 Tactical’s amazing new line of fitness gear
We put this new gear to the test. Here is everything you need to know.
Spartan Armor Achilles: A better kind of plate carrier
Building on the popularity of the military’s latest foray into PPE, Spartan Armor Systems has produced the Achilles plate carrier, their take on the SPCS.
Your definitive guide to auto loans
Here's what you need to know.
Asking for help completely changed the trajectory of this veteran’s life
Sam began meeting veterans in her community through a WWP Peer Support Group, which allowed her to see that she was not alone in her struggle with PTSD.
How one veteran found purpose again
The physical and mental struggle Michael endured was long and arduous, but he attributes his post-service success to accepting what you’re going though, and being honest with yourself.
Why the Best Ranger Competition is one of the hardest races in the US military
Think you’ve got what it takes to compete in Best Ranger? Hate to break it to you, but probably not.
These are some of the greatest military working dogs in history
There’s something about just seeing a dog in a warzone that (when you’re on the same side) can brighten your day, even if just for a few moments.
Not all checking accounts are created equal. Find the one that’s right for you
Whether you’re opening your first checking account or on the hunt for a new bank with better checking perks, there are a few things worth considering.
Margaret Corbin: The first woman to receive a military pension
Margaret Corbin was no stranger to the horrors of war. Born in western Pennsylvania in 1751, she was only four years old when the French and Indian War broke out.
How to become a US citizen through military service
The top resources to help you on your path.
The best inexpensive camping and hiking gear for your next backcountry adventure
Here’s a wallet-friendly list to launch your first backpacking adventure.
How to choose a credit card to maximize your rewards
Not all cards are created equal.
Here’s why the MG42 is basically immortal
I mean, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Women Veterans Find Success In Tech Roles At Verizon
Editor’s Note: The following story highlights veterans at Verizon. Committed to including talented members of the military community in its...
Bringing Army leadership to Verizon’s Global Network Management Center
Through Verizon's website, veterans and military spouses can search for Verizon jobs related to their experience that are located near their military installation
A career in government contracting and acquisition lets you keep the best parts of military life and ditch the rest
It's like being a CEO, treasurer, logistician, and lawyer all wrapped up in one. That should sound familiar to any former NCO.
Don’t throw out all your military lessons after you get out. Here are a few habits you should probably keep
Dust off those running shoes.
How to get the most out of your veteran education benefits
Getting a degree doesn’t have to break the bank.
Three immigrants who earned the US military’s highest award for combat bravery
As Alfred V. Rascon fought through a rain of grenades, gunfire, and mortars in a heavily engaged firefight, neither Rascon...
4 things to know before entering the civilian workforce after disability retirement
Disability isn’t an unemployment sentence
Stackable degree programs are perfect for military veterans
On average, a member of the military takes seven years to earn an associate’s degree; between training, field exercises, deployments, and...
The transition you never asked for: Finding meaning after losing your military career to disability
You can build back your life
Why the M16 rifle refuses to go away
We don't want it to