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Karl, a retired naval officer with 20 years’ experience in aviation, instructing, and operations management, shares the importance of a correct DD-214 when separating from the military.
Come join us for our 4th birthday celebration on June 26th, 2019 at Eagles Pride Golf Course in Dupont, WA!
Carla shares her experience as a USMC spouse and provides inspiration to her fellow military spouses.
"It is very helpful as a follower to know that our leader is there for us; if we need to bring a problem to him, we will know that he will be there to help us."
Veterans, military spouses, and business professionals gathered in Dupont, WA on April 25th, 2019 to network with friends, colleagues, and peers.
"You may be well outside your comfort zone, but that just means you need to be more engaged, active, and involved with your employees."
Jacob Uwah offers insights about veterans in the civilian workplace.
“Managers are people who do things right and leaders are people who do the right thing.” -Warren Bennis, 1985
Lance Davis shares his insights on Veterans in Civilian Business.

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