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Best for Vets

  1. USAA veteran employees, from left, Charles A. Lane, Richard F. Katona, Jacqueline Vilches, Mary Theresa Perez and John DuQue IV. Courtesy of USAA

    Best for Vets: Employers 2014

    Troops transitioning out of the military often worry that the jobs they did in uniform will be irrelevant to the jobs they want out of uniform.

    • Apr. 14, 2014
  2. From left, the West Virginia Army National Guard's Capt. Jason Diaz, Staff Sgt. Mick Cochran, Capt. Rob Rush, Sgt. 1st Class Kerry Gnik and Maj. Robert J. Kincaid are students in West Virginia University's online executive MBA program. Courtesy of West Virginia University

    Best for Vets: Business Schools 2014

    As service members and veterans have become bigger priorities for schools, some are starting to offer MBA degrees tailored to the military.

    • Mar. 10, 2014
  3. Methodology

    Military Times EDGE invited law enforcement agencies across the country to participate in our rigorous, 90-plus-question survey evaluating organizations on their military recruiting, service...

    • Oct. 15, 2013
  4. Former Army Spc. Heather Jones, who served as a motor transport operator from 2005 to 2011, is a member of a Tucson Police Department patrol squad on the city's west side. Tucson Police Department

    Best for Vets: Law Enforcement 2014

    Transitioning to law enforcement could preserve your military retirement credit.

    • Oct. 15, 2013

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  1. Helmand police chief mentored by Marines is dismissed after Taliban violence

    British Ambassador to Afghanistan, Sir Richard Stagg, meets the police chief of southern Helmand province, Maj. Gen. Abdul Qayum Baqizoi, aboard Camp Leatherneck, Helmand province, Afghanistan, on April 2. Baqizoi was later sacked following a deadly Taliban offensive. Lance Cpl. Darien J. Bjorndal / Marine Corps
    • July 27, 2014

    Less than a month after Marines ended their mission advising Afghan National Police in Helmand province, the Afghan interior ministry has replaced …