How To Invest Like A Soldier

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US Army/Sgt. Leron G. Richards

Every day, approximately 1,300 soldiers and their families leave military life for the civilian world.

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U.S Marine Corps/Cpl. Tayler P. Schwamb

Say you’re at a dinner party. Sitting next to you is a petrochemical engineer. When you ask what she does for her day-to-day job, she overwhelms you with names of substances you haven’t heard since high school chemistry, uses cryptic acronyms, and drones on and on. After about a minute, you’ve tuned her out and you’re thinking about dessert.

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U.S. Marine Corps/Lance Cpl. Ruth Wheeley

So the time has come where your disillusionment for continued military service trumps your misguided teenage visions of honor, conquest, and becoming the next Maverick. The idea of standing watch on the U.S -Mexican border or engaging in Byzantine nation building offers no appeal. You’ve made up your mind. It’s time to get out. 

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Photo via "Old School."

Head pounding, stomach in a knot, breath that smells like a dead cat's asshole. If you suffer from these symptoms, then you probably got hammered last night, and are now hungover as hell.

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Photo courtesy of Zee Kitonyi

There have been 399 mass shootings in 2016 alone. And while no one ever expects to be one of the casualties listed off in the harrowing evening news reports that follow these tragic events, it happens to people across the country almost every day. It may sound incredibly morbid, but in order to avoid becoming a statistic in an attack, it helps to arm yourself with knowledge of how to survive a shooting.

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