Leaving The Army?
Leaving the Armed Forces can be tough. Before you leave your unit, you're surrounded by mates who haven't been through the transition to Civvy Street. Once you do finally get out, you're surrounded by people who haven't been in the Military - it's Catch 22.
This book aims to guide the brave men and women leaving the Armed Forces through this journey, to help them design a truly extraordinary civilian life. After all, they deserve it.
Andrew Pyle (@AndrewPyle) is an ex-soldier, having served in the British Army, and has many years experience as a training and development professional, delivering qualifications to serving members of the British Armed Forces in the UK and Europe.
If you're leaving the Armed Forces in the next 12 months, the chances are you're going to be facing a number of challenges.
Don't face them on your own, this funny book will explain what to expect and how you can deal with what this journey will throw at you.
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"I have seen too many leave the Forces and become panel beaters and security guards when they have transferable and valuable skills; Andrew Pyle has captured this in a book. Make it compulsory reading before anyone is allowed to sign off"
5/5 Review from the ARRSE Book Club. Click here to read the full review.
"Even if you know exactly what you want to do when you leave the Forces this book will give you an 'Out Of The Box' overview on what you are facing"
5/5 Review from an Amazon customer. Click here to read the full review.