Retooling for the next mission

Williams, Florence
July 2009
High Country News;7/20/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p6
The article discusses the move of war veterans to join the "Retool for Your Next Mission" program committed to forest conservation to prevent worst global warming in the U.S. The veterans who join the program include Ray Curry, Garret Reppenhagen and Mike Flaherty and believe that the program would ease the effects of war on their system. On the other hand, founder Brett KenCairn of the Veterans Green Jobs mentions that veterans fit to the program and considered them as the best asset due to their rapid training and deployment during the war.


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