From The San Diego Union-Tribune
October 3, 2011
By Jeanette Steele
Eric Bernal was sitting at home, unemployed and depressed. After 13 years of proud service, including six sea deployments, the San Diego sailor was pushed out in April as the Navy trimmed its ranks. “I went from providing for my family to this,” said Bernal, 31, who eventually overruled his pride and filed for unemployment benefits.
Facing those obstacles, a year-old nonprofit group in San Diego is testing a novel approach. Reboot — co-founded by retired Rear Adm. Ronne Froman and Maurice Wilson, a retired Navy master chief — offers a “reverse boot camp” for people leaving the military.
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