Colin OShea, a former Chinook pilot, CW2 and an Iraq-Afghanistan veteran, had been out of the Army since early 2014. He’d already coasted through sales and insurance jobs. The bartending gig was a stop-gap Ð a place to catch his breath while pondering careers.
But school? He wanted to go but wasn’t even sure where to begin, much less what he wanted to study. He had taken some classes at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University during his service but was at a loss on next steps.