BY JILL VEJNOSKA – THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
When James Wyche left the military last December, he brought along some impressive credentials:
Twenty years in the U.S. navy as a hospital corpsman, handling everything up to minor surgery. Two advanced degrees — an MBA and a master’s in health care management — acquired during multiple tours in the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East.
And perhaps the biggest plus for potential civilian employers: a soldier’s sense of discipline and commitment.