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In 2009, Kristopher Green was an Army Ranger. If you asked him on the day of his discharge where he would be in 10 years, he wouldn't have said software engineering. But three career shifts later, the determination, problem-solving, and ability to work on a close-knit team developed in the 75th Ranger Regiment made him a perfect fit for The Home Depot's corporate headquarters in Atlanta.
Most veterans won’t deny that there were a lot of parts of being in the military that sucked — the PT, the food, the pay, the constant moving — but it’s a love-hate relationship that you look upon with nostalgia once you leave.
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