Rebootcamp is a Military Times brand. But it’s not just from Military Times.

One of the unique features of Rebootcamp, which is focused on helping service members transition out of the military, is that it functions as a hub of information from lots of sources, not just Military Times staff.

A huge chunk — maybe even a majority — of the information, advice and other content that you’ll see comes from more than a dozen partners, spanning veterans service organizations, government agencies and the private sector.

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Why? Military Times doesn’t have a monopoly on information that will help service members with their transitions, and we want to give you more, not less. So we reached out to trusted partners who have been helping transitioning service members for years and have a lot of knowledge to share.

Student Veterans of America, the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, the George W. Bush Presidential Center, the USO, the Small Business Administration, the Labor Department, Marine Corps Community Services and many other groups have contributed to Rebootcamp’s offerings.

You can still count on Military Times reporters and editors to bring you breaking news, profiles of veterans making a difference in the civilian world, and our series of Military Times Best rankings. All of our partners’ contributions will be in addition to the Military Times content that you’ve come to know and love.

If you would like to contribute yourself, or if you’re part of an organization that might be interested in contributing, let us know! Please email Rebootcamp Editor George Altman at