Like so many American soldiers returning home from World War II, Bob Barger started working a new job and going to college. Once he settled into his career and raising a family, finishing school was no longer a priority.
If you have noticed a seemingly endless amount of insurance commercials on TV lately, you are in good company. There is a $5.7 billion advertising war going on right now for the hearts and minds of American consumers.
Like the knights of medieval Europe or the samurai of feudal Japan, America now has a new warrior class. And it’s a serious problem because a greater understanding of today’s military would be beneficial for civilians.
At various stages in our military careers and after we become veterans, we need to recognize the value of education. Education has always been there for us to seize; some of us do continue our learning and others do not.