The Soldier for Life Transition Assistance Program (SFL TAP) is a commander's program that requires leaders to take an active role in a Soldier's transition. The program encourages Soldiers to attend early and often, starting 18 months prior to transition and 24 months prior to retirement from active duty. Participation in SFL TAP is required for all soldiers who have at least 180 days of continuous active duty service. The program teaches career skills like resumé writing, financial planning, job application preparation and military skills translation. SFL TAP works to provide opportunities to Soldiers who are looking to pursue an education, entrepreneurship, or a career. For more information, visit the U.S. Army SLF TAP website. For more transition tips, and a customized transition plan, visit Military.com's Transition Center.
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