Transitioning to the civilian work world is filled with challenges. It's especially difficult for those who lack a powerful one- or two-page resume crystalizing what they want to do next with their life. Why should someone want to invite you to a job interview and possibly hire you? Can you tell a prospective employer what it is you have done, can do, and will do for them in the future? What evidence can you present so an employer can best predict your future productivity in a civilian job? More specifically, can you translate your military experience into the language of civilian employers? Can you write powerful resumes and letters that grab the attention of employers who, in turn, will want to immediately call you for a job interview? Here's the book that provides important answers to these and many other questions facing job seekers with military experience. Written by the authors of the popular 'Corporate Gray Series" for transitioning military personnel, this book provides all the necessary information for writing and distributing stand-out resumes and letters.