I've read the articles on this site for a long time now, figured it was time to join in on the conversation. I'm 24, recently got out of the Army. Now living the proud life of a Disabled Combat Veteran. I feel that the Military has made me a better man, but I don't want my service to be the only great thing I've done in my life. I want more and I believe that Selfless-Service makes us all stronger. I just started school at Xavier University(Cincinnati, OH) for Secondary Education-Social Studies.
Welcome aboard. You will no doubt add great benefit from your life experience to college (did the same - veteran before going to college). Also majored in Geography which shares a common background with Social Studies. Good luck...
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