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Magazine | Works of Honor

Sometimes lessons are learned the hard way. Jon Rennie outlines his experience with positive peer pressure during his military career. Photo Credit: U.S.
Carla Olivo discusses the pros and cons of buying and renting a home in the military lifestyle.
Veterans, military spouses and business professionals gathered in Dupont, WA at Eagles Pride Golf Course to network with friends, colleagues and peers.
In the two part series, "I started late, now what?", Geoff Phillips outlines preparing for separation from the military.
As a retired lieutenant colonel and aviation officer from the army, Jason has spent the last 25 years in a variety of leadership positions that culminated in battalion command.
Rudy Parreno offers insights regarding Veterans and accountability.
Jason Roncoroni is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the Army and a professional coach. He is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) from the International Coach Federation.
Rudy Parreno offers advice to his fellow Veterans that are transitioning out of the military.
Rudy Parreno shares his experience transitioning from the military to the civilian sector and offers insights on accomplishing the mission.

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