Vetted wants to improve and privatize the veteran transition processVetted believes the military is best suited for training people to enter the military, not to leave it. That's why they want to privatize the transition process.
How one Green Beret is building an army of knitting warriorsA Special Forces soldier created a full-fledged business after finding comfort in knitting
A new resource is changing the way we think about the military transitionThis data great for potential employers and family members, it's also a great avenue for veterans to participate in the study and share their experiences.
From paratrooper to photographer: Meet the veteran capturing America's gorgeous parksBeing hired as the official photographer of the National Park Service was Frank Lee Ruggles’ best assignment.
Dynamic duo: From the front lines to firefightingAfter TJ and Shaunna White served a tour in the U.S. Marine Corps, firefighting began to play a critical role in easing them back into the community they called home.
Dog Tag Bakery: Much more than just pastries and coffeeJust above the D.C. bakery is a classroom that hosts a veteran education program. "The bakery wouldn't exist without the educational program," says Lolly Rivas, director of development.