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The How-to Guide to Transitioning From the Military to a Civilian Life

The How-to Guide to Transitioning From the Military to a Civilian Life

According to studies on the transition from military to civilian life, 48% of post 9/11 veterans have a hard time after leaving the military. The department of veterans affairs is doing their part by offering an assistance program, but it doesn’t work that well for everyone.  Veterans transitioning from regular duty may find it hard […]

What Should I Do After The Military?

What Should I Do After The Military?

Civilians may not be aware of the challenges veterans face when transitioning from active duty to civilian life. With not everyone fully understanding what you will go through, the success of your civilian career will highly depend on your ability to adapt.  When you leave behind military life and join the civilian world, there are […]

What You Need to Know About POW-MIA Recognition Day

POW-MIA Remembrance Day

The official saying of the POW/MIA remembrance movement is You Are Not Forgotten. This movement aims to honor America’s prisoners of war, those who are still missing in action, and their families. It’s important to remember that many of our nation’s service members have gone through hell and back as prisoners of war during the […]

MyComputerCareer Gains the Military Friendly Designation

Military Friendly Employer Designation

We are a Military Friendly Employer! For more than a decade, the Military Friendly® ratings have set the standard for companies and colleges that provide positive employment and education outcomes, as well as incorporating social and community supports for service members, veterans and their families. “MyComputerCareer is thrilled to be recognized as Military Friendly” said […]

POW-MIA Freedom Car


Rolling Thunder Is Ceasing Its Operation After Three Decades Rolling Thunder is an American non-profit motorcycle advocacy group that seeks to raise awareness and bring accountability for all prisoners of war (POWs) and missing in action (MIA) service members of the United States. The group’s first demonstration took place in 1988 and has since expanded […]

POW-MIA Freedom Car – Who Was Pfc. Dale W. Ross?

who was PFS Dale Ross

As part of NASCAR, the POW-MIA Freedom Car is a joint effort between Team Johnson Motorsports, the Freedom Car drivers, and MyComputerCareer to raise awareness among the American population about all the Prisoners of War (POW) or are considered Missing in Action (MIA). The hope is that this issue will be brought to the attention of all […]