The Armed Services has a long-standing history of valor and honor as the cornerstones upon which the United States was founded. This history spans a period of over two centuries from the time of its inception.
On August 7, 1789, President Washington urged it to establish “some uniform and effective system” for the military “on which the honor, safety and well-being of our country so evidently and essentially depend.” He made a second plea for action three days later. But it was not until September 29, the last day of its first session, that Congress passed a bill empowering the president “to call into service, from time to time, such part of the militia of the states, respectively, as he may judge necessary.”
During those years, the United States evolved from a new nation fighting Great Britain for independence, through the monumental American Civil War, and after collaborating in triumph during World War II, to the world’s sole remaining superpower from the late 20th Century to present.
The backbone for the American military has been and continues to be the brave men and women who serve our country fearlessly each day. They are the epitome of VALOR in their display of courage and willingness to go into battle. These service members face many challenges while enlisted in the military and continue to face even more battles as they transition back into civilian life. One of the greatest challenges for our veterans is developing a career path and finding new purpose after their tour of duty is done. It can be a daunting task to choose an avenue that is in high demand, rewards those willing to work hard and also pays well.
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