AHRN.com Publishes Free Military Separation Guide

AHRN.com consulted military transition experts to produce a first-of-its-kind, multi-service, authoritative guide to military separation
AHRN.com Separation Guide
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WATERFORD, Wis. - July 13, 2016 - PRLog -- Each year, hundreds of thousands of service members begin their military separation process and about 200,000 complete their transition and leave the military for a new life as civilians. AHRN.com has just released their new Military Separation Guide, designed to assist current and future service members in their transition from military to civilian life.

The separation process, which typically takes about 12 months from start to finish, has a reputation for being confusing, stressful and difficult to navigate. Service members leaving the military have to navigate their way through a maze of required protocols while at the same time staging their exit as carefully as possible to ensure gainful employment on the other side.

For the past several years, AHRN.com and its staff of military spouses have been tracking the concerns of its users and decided to produce a guide that can help transitioning service members plan for their new life more effectively and confidently.

The AHRN.com Military Separation Guide contains 18 pages of carefully curated information regarding transitioning out of the military. The military spouse authors pulled together the critical information that equally affects all service branches and all ranks of service members.

Some of the topics the guide covers include: Transition Assistance Program, Separation Language Guide, Separation Finances, Employment Resources, Relocation Information, Housing and Insurance.

Also included are custom worksheets developed by the housing experts at AHRN.com, covering new home budgeting and comparing homes for sale. The Guide concludes with a list of separation resources for each specific service branch and other important programs.

"AHRN.com staff members have a unique perspective when it comes to understanding the needs of the military community," said Paul Giese, AHRN.com Product Manager. "We decided that offering a concise, multi-topic, relevant information guide regarding the military-to-civilian transition process, was yet another way that we could help military members."

Download the free 2016 AHRN.com Separation Guide here: http://blog.ahrn.com/ahrn-com-military-separation-guide/.

About AHRN.com

Founded in 2004, AHRN.com is a thriving online community helping military members and their families lower the stress of a housing transition. The site connects the military community with available housing at over 500 military installations, simplifying the decision-making process and easing the burden and costs. AHRN.com has assisted over 1.4 million military members across all Service Branches find housing, while maintaining a 96% user satisfaction rating. For more information, visit http://www.ahrn.com and follow @AHRNcom.

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