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Transition Assistance

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Are you getting ready to transition out of the military? Let the Transition Assistance Program, a partnership among the Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Labor's Veterans' Employment and Training Service, make the transition back to the civilian section a smooth one. Use these resources, tools and articles to learn more about the assistance TAP can provide with defining and meeting your education and career goals.


Person running We frequently hear that exercise is one of the best things we can do for our body. What is the best time for you to exercise? Any time. For example, when you are watching TV, you can stretch your muscles, do sit ups and pushups, or use a stationary bike or other exercise machine if you have one.

Suggesting Initiative  New Issues for the USA4 Military Families  Although transition assistance programs offer useful information and skills to help you each step of the way, the ultimate responsibility for a successful transition rests with you and your family. There will be many important decisions that only you can make, and new roles that no one but you can take on.


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