Being a part of the military is both a work of honour and of courage. It is a place that trains you in such a way that even when you think of transitioning your life as a simple and regular civilian, it is not very difficult. As a matter of fact, certain things of everyday life appear to much more simple to do than it would have been otherwise.
There are several military officers who share the same feeling, but there is also a group of officers who feel that their skills are all wasted in this transition. All that they had learned through the rigorous training of the military cannot be utilised into the regular scenario of life. This thought can be altered only when the former officers can identify which skills were taught on a generalised basis and which were specialized, feels Alexander Cronstein a member of the U.S. Marine Corps, who is currently serving as the field artillery officer.
It is who has suggested that any military officers in order to use his skills effectively needs to first understand the inherent usefulness of a particular skill. For example, since he is an artillery officer, his job in the