A winning military resume presents your past experience in a way that also indicates your future potential. It grabs and holds the attention of the reader and makes him or her want to know more. To know more requires a conversation and that conversation is an interview. Simply stated, a resume is an interview generation tool and, like any tool, it must be well-cared for and appropriate to the task.
How well does your military resume measure up to that standard? Answer these nine questions and modify it accordingly.