This blog was written by our fifth SkillBridge Intern, Nate Swann. He is sharing his transition journey as he leaves Active Duty service. Read Nate’s first blog here. I have been in the transition space for going on a year now, so I often get asked: “How do you know all this stuff?” It takes … Read more about Update from Nate [Medical Insights from our SkillBridge Intern]
This blog was written by Evan Anderson, a Global SOF Foundation Member who is sharing his experiences and lessons learned as he separates from the U.S. Army. See Evan’s previous blog here. I talk with anyone that will listen about how CRITICAL it is to have mentors while … Read more about Build your Tribe: The Importance of Mentorship
This blog was written by Evan Anderson, a Global SOF Foundation Member who is sharing his experiences and lessons learned as he separates from the U.S. Army. My name is Evan, I have been in the U.S. Army for 12 years. Most recently, I have had the honor of serving in the Special Operations … Read more about The Kickoff of my Transition Journey [with Evan Anderson]
This Reflecting with Ranger Rick blog was written by CSM (Ret) Rick Lamb, the Director of Government Relations for the Global SOF Foundation. - 18 Years Since 9/11 Over eighteen years have passed since the attacks on September 11, 2001, and much has changed in the public space. The … Read more about Reflecting with Ranger Rick on the Nation’s Warrior Caste
This is the 3rd “Prepping for Transition” blog from U.S. Army SF LTC Gregory Reck, a GSF SkillBridge Fellow in the process of retiring from Active Duty. Read his other blogs here.---------- As breathing is to life, networking is to job hunting. So, we have talked about finance and … Read more about Prepping for Transition with a NETWORK
This guest blog was written by Jason Gonzales, a former Airborne Ranger, Green Beret, and an Honor Foundation alumnus -- retired from Active Duty on Sep 1st, 2019. -- Don’t Start with ‘WHAT’ About a year ago, I declared my decision to retire from the military. And the very first … Read more about ‘WHY’ The Honor Foundation is your SOF Transition Tribe
This blog was written by CDR (Ret) Chuck Neu, former Global SOF Foundation SkillBridge Fellow. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) disability compensation recipients and non-compensable VA claimants, do you know what Dependent Indemnity Compensation (DIC) is and why it is SO VERY important … Read more about Dependent Indemnity Compensation & Why You Should Know About It!
VA Disability Compensation Recipients: When was the last time you logged into eBenefits and checked to ensure your dependents appear on your current disability award? I want to start this by saying that I am not an expert in how the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) works. I am just a … Read more about Getting the RIGHT Disability Compensation for You…AND Your Dependents