Florida veterans find help learning business ropes

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By orlandosentinel.com
John Burns thinks back to his military training while running his engineering services company, Eagle 6.
Often, he says, obstacles he faces in business pale in comparison to those he faced as a helicopter pilot and then as chief of operations in Baghdad.
“It helps you problem-solve in situations where it’s not life or death,” said Burns, who served in the U.S. Army for 28 years. “You go back to those times and remember how you got through a particular situation and you adapt.”
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