Why do I keep learning about many Army veterans later becoming failures in life?
In one temp job, I knew of a mid-aged man (graying considerably, somewhere in his 50s) who unloaded boxes from trucks at a distribution center, and had a gruff disposition. He said he once operated tanks during Desert Storm.
In another temp job, I knew of another man also mid-aged who worked as a maintenance worker at City Hall. He said he was in the Army in the ‘70s, and elaborated over his time in Germany, etc.
Then I read about veterans being homeless in various articles.
What’s with former Army guys becoming failures in life?
(I would also like to have some hope for them. Do you know of former Army personnel who are at least reasonably successful now? What do they do now?)
Also, what are the statistics of people who in life after leaving the:
*Army National Guard
*Air National Guard?
What branch has the least amount of life’s failures amongst its former members, and why?
What branch has the most amount of life’s failures amongst its former members, and why?