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Should You Go Back to School?

by Tara Puckey According to the National Center for Education Statistics, more than 9.6 million older students are expected to head to campus by 2020. In 2009, more than 40 percent of all college and...

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Occupations of Employed Veterans

A higher percentage of female Veterans than male Veterans worked in management and professional and sales and office occupations in 2014. Nineteen percent of male Veterans worked in production and...

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Intersections in Military Life

by Bianca Strzalkowski Dr. Ingrid Herrara-Yee knows all too well of how paths can intersect between love and career. The clinical psychologist worked in mental health long before she met her husband...

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Wave of the Future

by Andrea Downing Peck Video interviews have become more common for today’s job seekers. How to ace this new technology and land the job you want. Are you looking to transition from the military to...

LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. (October 10, 2016) – Nate Boyer, a former Army Special Forces Soldier and current NFL player, participated in the Southern California Tough Mudder with several veteran friends on Oct. 8.  The Army Reserve is a sponsor for the Southern California Tough Mudder, where participants run a basic-training like course over ten miles long with 22 different team obstacles. "I'm afraid of heights and don't like getting shocked, but this event gave us the opportunity to work together as a team and face our individual fears," said Boyer



(US Army photo by Cpl. Timothy Yao)

Veterans Day Forecast

Nate Boyer, a former Army Special Forces Soldier and current NFL player, participated in the Southern California Tough Mudder with several veteran friends on Oct. 8. The Army Reserve is a sponsor for...