JUST TAKING A QUICK GLIMPSE at a vetrepreneur’s resume will most likely reveal an incredibly strong-minded personality. Probably, it will also reveal a succession of varied and challenging positions built upon a rock solid foundation – with more than a few career detours along the way. For veterans, the path to becoming a successful business owner sometimes has its own unique set of hurdles and opportunities.
These vetrepreneurs were brave enough to start their own companies, and they ended up a force in contracting.
Many veterans have not only launched their own businesses, but they have also maneuvered their way through the frequently nerve-wracking start-up phase to become major forces in government contracting and pillars in the business community.
Here are three stories of successful veterans who have done just that.