Paul Johnson

  • Service members must learn how to accomplish a wide range of tasks across many fields. When they transition out, these problem solving abilities can be very useful in civilian careers, retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Paul Johnson argues in this commentary. (Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Colby A. Mothershead/Navy)
    Commentary: How problem-solving is veterans’ superpower

    Their individual work experiences may be quite varied, but in a career spanning 20 or more years, such individuals have risen to a rank where their real benefit to any organization (military or civilian) is the ability to break down and solve complex problems.