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Marine Corps for more than 20 years of combined active and reserve duty, as well as a decade in the construction industry.
Owner is heading overseas for Army reserve duty and is motivated to sell.
SBA Administrator Karen Mills, said : "When you consider the leadership and management skills our veterans develop while on active and reserve duty, it's no wonder we see so many of them choose the path of small business ownership".
According to her, "service in extended (military) reserve duty represents a substantial contribution to society in Israel.
Air Force Reservists continue to have access to all of the previous ReserveNet capabilities, including Reserve duty planning and participation and status management.
Medical records clerk Kim Duckworth returned from a year of Navy reserve duty in May 2008 and said the hospital took strides to ease her transition from one job to another.
When the bill came to the House floor, it was stripped of key provisions to apply only to those on active military or reserve duty, those discharged from the military or those certified to carry weapons by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training.
The 680,000-strong regular armed forces are backed up by three million former soldiers who face eight years of reserve duty after finishing their obligatory military service.