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All in the Family

All in the Family

I certainly still miss living on base and having access to certain things, especially the commissary. But there is a bright spot that has recently come to our recruiting environment—my brother. My brother has been in the army for about 8 years now, and has spent his entire career at Fort Bragg, with my sister-in-law and their kids. But he decided to volunteer to become a recruiter, and is now moving to our area. It’s the first time in nearly a decade that my siblings and myself will all be living near one another, and be able to be there for family events that we have missed out on over the years.

As Time Goes By…

As Time Goes By…

We’ve been deep into the recruiting life for more than six months now, and I’m starting to feel a sense of normalcy coming back to daily life. It’s been a struggle at times to reach this, but now that we’re in a routine with more predictability, things have settled a bit.

A New Life in Recruiting

A New Life in Recruiting

We’ve been deep into the recruiting world for a few months now, and so far, this transition has proved to be one of the most challenging of the many years we’ve lived in the military world. Not only has the transition back into a mostly civilian setting presented a number of difficulties, add in a global health crisis and things seem to find a way to get intense.

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