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William Montgomery

Wiliam Montgomery - Signed Articles of Agreement March 31, 2010, 77th Learner

United States Navy

This is my beginning to My Life, My Lineage, My First Paperback Book. I invite you to read my journey as I compose each chapter of the 14 Level Reintegration Program. My success is your success and our community's success. Thank you for your courage and support. To post comments you must register with our community. You can view this outline  I am using to map out my progess. Thank you for your comments, I value them.

  • Saturday, April 24, 2010 07:18 | William Montgomery


    On Wednesday, March 31, 2010, Albert R. Renteria, the CEO and President of South West Veterans Business Resource centre(SWVBRC), and I, along with a friend of mine, who is a WWII, former USMC, met at the historical downtown San Diego YMCA, for breakfast, at 9 a.m.  I rode the bus and trolley from Chula Vista, Ca. to downtown San Diego. Albert drove from Fallbrook to downtown San Diego.

    Albert is a former Marine, with 26 years of honorable service, and retired at the rank of Chief Warrant Officer, (CWO4), highest level of rank for a CWO, until the rank of CWO5 was implemented after the start of the Global War on Terrorism, (GWOT).

    Albert generously donates many resources and his time to the SWVBRC. He has opened an office in Fallbrook, another one in Washington, as well as one in North Carolina. He desires to open another 9 offices by the end of the year in other states. He has visited veterans in all 50 states since he opened his first office on Veterans Day 2008. Shortly after retiring from the USMC in 2000, Albert started on his mission of seeing that homelessness among veterans disappears, and that all veterans learn about the benefits that they are entitled to, with the overall objective of being employed, or starting a small business.

    During the four hour orientation period, Albert and I discussed many topics. Two main topics were the power of three, and the box.

    The Power of Three is a very powerful combination, consisting of two veterans, using their military skills as the foundation, to implement new projects and ideas for the future.

    The Box is the power of three, combined with family, friends, peers, society, objectives, goals, jobs, ventures, in a box that has unlimited power,  strengths, weaknesses, threats, and opportunities that  open the door to unlimited, future possibilities.

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Welcoming home our men and women doesn't end after the crowd disperses, it MUST continue on for the life of the Veteran! They've served us, now we will serve them with programs that work so they reintegrate into society.

We are a national public benefit nonprofit organization that educates American Communities about best practices to serve Veterans.  We honor their service by empowering Veterans to apply their training and skills to successfully transition to productive careers and enterprises.

We provide free vocational training 24/7 to all of our members through our website, in addition to local events.  We believe the tenet that American Communities are the ultimate beneficiaries when Veterans claim their benefits and invest in productive endeavors.

The SWVBRC enlists the support of members of local Communities like you to increase Veteran awareness of the value of obtaining a VA card and receiving earned benefits.

Sponsorships, donations, volunteers and support from communities like yours enable us to reach out to Veterans and empower them to transition back into successful, productive enterprises that ultimately benefit all Americans and support future generations.

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