Everyone who has honorably served in the military has one thing in common- they didn’t quit. In fact, if you served honorably in the military, the fact that you didn’t quit says something about you. Think how easy it was to quit when you first joined the military. In fact, depending on the type of training you went through, the military actually tried to entice you to quit. But you stuck with it and you’re better for having stuck through the training.
It isn't that you have to have a beard to be a man (I just shaved mine off). It's that you have to have earned the right to consider yourself a man, to be a man. Oh sure, there's plenty of people who are going to tell you that you don't have to serve to be a man (99% of America to be exact), but let's face it, you and I both know that there's something that sets us apart. But maybe the 99% are right and us 1 percenters are wrong.
In less than 30 days of operation, The Inveterate Veteran has gone from 0 (alright... let's be honest, 1 like by me its founder) to over 1,000 likes! We have brought on some great contributors whose articles are being shared around the internet. But more importantly, from a lot of the feedback that we are receiving, The Inveterate Veteran is helping the veteran and military community by being an unbiased, tell it how it is outlet for them, that focuses on their stories, their perspectives and their successes.