In short, ADOS tours are a largely unknown way to take advantage of interesting and unique active duty opportunities as a Reserve Component servicemember.
The latest news about using the GI Bill at a foreign university after huge setbacks that occurred in 2021 with procedure changes and the Isakson and Roe Act.
Why you should quit waiting for life to happen to you and take an active role in planning your exit.
Figuring out what you can bring to the table as you begin your transition out out of the military.
Have you always dreamed of flying? Have you dismissed the idea, thinking it’s too late? Fortunately for you, I have four different perspectives to share on how to become a Reserve Component pilot.
Quantity over quality, doing too much, and appearing to care more about evaluations than soldiers.
You can find ways to give yourself options, leave a foot in the door, and provide a safety net for yourself and your family as you transition.
I recently learned about this opportunity through a few friends and it’s a program that–in my opinion–allows for maximum flexibility while still providing you the opportunity to contribute in a way that can…
I just figured it would be easy for me to put this online for anyone to access, even if you’re not enrolled in SFL-TAP yet or aren’t separating soon. You can get started on these…
If you’re feeling completely over it and you’re ready to start looking into submitting your REFRAD packet, but you’re not sure where to start, this is for you.