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Transitioning out of the military, either separating or retiring, is a life-changing event. Not only for the Service Member but also for their family, who has served alongside during countless moves, deployments, and the constant change associated with military life. Without a plan, this transition can seem overwhelming and stressful, instead of an exciting new opportunity for the whole family. My guest, Charlene Wilde, is here to share some tips to prepare the whole family for a successful and well-planned transition. She has not only the first-hand experience as a veteran but also as a spouse to a soon retiring service member.
Charlene Wilde is the Assistant Secretary of the American Armed Forces Mutual Aid Association (AAFMAA), our nation’s longest-standing military financial services non-profit organization. Charlene is a veteran of the United States Army Chemical Corps.
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