One of the Greatest Weapons in the Miltary’s Arsenal was Useless Without the Head space and Timing Gauge. Veterans Can Be Rendered Inoperable if their Headspace and Timing is Not Set Correctly As Well.

Mental Health from a Combat Veteran Perspective

One Soldier, an Addict & Inspiration

One Soldier, an Addict & Inspiration

This post is an original article written by Pete Howell.  Pete joined the Canadian Army Reserves when he was 17 years old and served over 6 years in the Canadian Forces. Today, he’s in Sales and Business Development within the manufacturing sectors specifically within Rotating and Mechanical Applications across Western Canada. The original post can be found here  and is republished by permission. ItRead more about One Soldier, an Addict & Inspiration[…]

An Observation

An Observation

This post is an original article written by Aaron Skogen . Aaron is a senior operations professional employed by The Toro Company. He writes to share ideas and generate a conversation. Most often you will find him writing personal stories exploring the correlation between our personal and professional lives.The original post can be found here  and is republished by permission.Read more about An Observation[…]

Veterans Achieve Nothing by Saying, “I Just Need to Get My S#!t Together”

Veterans Achieve Nothing by Saying, “I Just Need to Get My S#!t Together”

This post is an original article written by veteran Jeff Decker on his blog, March On Veteran. Jeff is Army veteran who writes about how veterans can overcome the invisible wounds of war and leverage their military experiences  to achieve their personal goals. His post here is reprinted by permission. Jeff’s original post can be found here.  Warning: this post containsRead more about Veterans Achieve Nothing by Saying, “I Just Need to Get My S#!t Together”[…]

On Being “One of Those Weird Veterans” in the Workplace

On Being “One of Those Weird Veterans” in the Workplace

This post is an original article written by veteran Garrett Wilkerson on LinkedIn. Garrett is a combat veteran, an english major, and client relations coordinator for a medical staffing company. His post here is reprinted by permission. Garrett’s original post can be found here.  I am four years removed from a six year enlistment in the UnitedRead more about On Being “One of Those Weird Veterans” in the Workplace[…]