Each military member is "issued" an exit plan when leaving the military, which includes relocation, health, life, disability benefits. Military.com's Terry Howell, author of The Military Advantage says GIs should be planning their exit from the beginning. For more tips on building yourself a transition plan, see this video below, and visit the Military.com Transition Center.
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