Life of a soldier and veterans’ code of conduct


It’s natural that those who serve the Nation at the end of Service must retire. In the earlier days it was often quoted that “Old Soldiers Fade Away”. Nowadays the man in uniform after pensionable service explores a second career option.

Some go through the director-general re-settlement for courses at the IIMs / MDI known as the Armed Forces Program a six months MBA diploma preparing the Serviceman for a Corporate environment.

Many have opted for pursuing a degree and have joined the print and electronic media to analyse and put forth the views on various subjects that are of interest. This is an encouraging sign as Service Officers in their careers do write Service Papers/dissertations and assessments on diverse subjects.

Off late what is discernible is that the TV channels have explored nouveau methods to make their prime time shows interesting. Read More

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