The Grey Lines of RallyPoint

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Read this featured at Rallypoint.com Many people don’t like to read the FAQs.  Many people prefer to know the cons before the pros.  I’ve covered why Rallypoint is a beneficial resource.  However, there are some grey lines I think you should be aware of from my point of view – 25. Go Live Lively is…

From the Military to College

Working on your transition from the military to college education? Lets cover some essential resources: JST The Joint Service Transcript replaced the AARTS and SMART a few years ago as the official ACE-approved document containing your training and experience with college credit recommendations.  The unofficial transcript lists your residential courses (ie. Airborne school), SSD (and presumably other branches’ equivalents…

Electronic Warfare

Anyone in the electronics field in any way that’s looking for a fun and interesting challenge should look into the Electronic Warfare field. For Soldiers, the 29E MOS is still relatively new, but the opportunities in the civilian field aren’t. During my deployment to Afghanistan, I was trusted with the role of “CREW (Counter-RCIED Electronic…

Volunteering to Teach English to Young Korean Children

During my military TIS, I had the chance to serve a year in South Korea. I was assigned to Alpha Battery, 6th Battalion, 52nd ADA (Air Defense Artillery) Regiment under 35th ADA Brigade. Within that one year, I did many things during my downtime that I felt a Leader should do. I furthered my education…

Replace Your Insoles

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Custom insoles add more hit points to comfort and performance in shoes used for physical activity. Many have one or two main goals including reduce weight, add cushion, support arch type, and wick sweat. I always replace the insoles of my work boots and exercise shoes with Sof Sole products available from Finish Line. My…