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  • U.S. Air Force pararescuemen jump out of a Colombian Casa C-295 aircraft during a multinational jump with Colombian, Peruvian and Dominican special operations forces during exercise Angel de los Andes on Sept. 4, 2018. (U.S. Defense Department)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38When members of highly motivated and mission-focused teams leave the military, they often struggle to find a new purpose in life.

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Leaving the military for civilian life is a complex process. Our guide shows you everything you need to know, a step-by-step playbook for veterans transitioning into the civilian world.

  • The owner of a California trucking school this week was sentenced to four years in prison for a GI Bill fraud scheme. (Getty Images)

    The driving school owner collected tuition payments from VA despite not providing classes to dozens of veterans.

  • An Airman Leadership School instructor discusses online with students. (Senior Airman Christopher Quail/Air Force)

    Completing a college degree can be a daunting task, but finding a right online program sets up students for success, says the author of this commentary.

  • A man walks past Low Library on the Columbia University campus on March 9, 2020, in New York. (Mark Lennihan/AP)

    棋牌游戏送彩金38Lawmakers moved the expiration of the coronavirus changes from December to late 2021.

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    More than half of all students receiving GI Bill benefits last year attended public colleges and universities.

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    棋牌游戏送彩金38Hiring Our Heroes and Grow with Google have launched the MilSpouse Roadmap, which aims to help spouses anticipate and prepare for common challenges they may face.

  • Airmen take a Gulf Coast State College online course at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida on June 24, 2019. (Senior Airman Anthony Nin Leclerec/Air Force)

    Here's a look at where troops are choosing to spend their Tuition Assistance benefits to take courses while still in uniform.

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    棋牌游戏送彩金38The jobless rate for all veterans last month was 6.4 percent.

  • Soldiers listen during a Transition Assistance Program at Fort Stewart in Georgia on June 13, 2019. (Amanda Reichert/Army)

    For military personnel either in the process of transitioning to civilian life or soon looking forward to that life change, career coach and Navy veteran Tom Wolfe offers stories of triumph and misstep from other veterans who have been there.

  • Hundreds of unemployed Kentucky residents wait in long lines outside the Kentucky Career Center for help with their unemployment claims on June 19, 2020 in Frankfort, Ky. (John Sommers II/Getty Images)

    The unemployment rate for veterans was 2.9% when 2019 came to a close. Now, as the COVID-19 pandemic upends the U.S. economy, that figure has more than tripled, leaving nearly 800,000 veterans searching for work.

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