Tag Archive: U.S. Coast Guard

May 18

Remain Open to the Possibilities

L Retired senior military leaders in transition often find it helpful to consider key drivers that may affect second career choices. Is it that sense of purpose, a greater work-life balance, a time to recommit to family or a geographic commitment that may shape what happens next? These were just some of the factors that played into …

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Jan 09

COAST GUARD RETIREES BECOME FEMA RESERVISTS

Skip Bowen

Hanging up the uniform need not mean walking away from the opportunity to continue to serve others.  There are a number of efforts that have emerged in recent years as a way to enable veterans to continue to serve their communities and their country. Recently, I learned about the U.S. Coast Guard Retiree to FEMA …

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Oct 24

Retired MCPO: Hard Work and Adaptability Essential

Some transitioning military leaders have greater clarity about the direction they wish to pursue after retiring from military service. Others leave the military with somewhat less certainty, at times ending up in positions and circumstances they never would have anticipated. No matter which description fits your situation best, Vince Patton, retired Master Chief Petty Officer of the …

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Dec 06

Retired Rear Admiral’s Top Ten Transition Tips

Sorting out one’s options after a long career in military service is not always a simple task. Assessing post-military personal and professional priorities is important. It is also helpful to learn from the experiences of former colleagues who are ready to offer their insights about post-military career options and greater work-life balance. RADM John Acton, USCG (retired) …

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