Veterans help other veterans make transition from combat to workforce


By Alec Schreck
Veterans are learning entrepreneurial and job skills at a service disabled veteran-owned business conference in San Antonio.
U.S. Marine Corps combat veteran Daniel Morales works in New York City’s financial district. His work place is a 15 minute walk from the World Trade Center memorial. The attack on the Twin Towers sent many people of Daniel’s generation to war. The father of one said coming home was tough.
“My wife likes to say I got home, but I didn’t really return for another two years,” Morales said.

The New York native is an eight-year veteran of Middle East wars.
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