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I just really wanted to thank you for all your time, dedication and passion that you give us veterans. You're a true inspiration and shining light in arguably the most tenuous and stressful time for veterans.
Your work matters!!!   Ron V. (US Navy)

I am really thankful to have met you. From the classes, VA rating, and the career help has taken me a long way. It's been life changing for me.


    Daniel F (USAF Veteran)

Thank you for your time, and what you've been doing with helping us all to do what we're trained to do and still get to do in the real world.   Eduardo S. (01-26-2017)

I wanted to reach out and connect, as well as say thank you for all the help you give to the local veteran community. It's awesome to know that someone like you is here to help us out!   Jeremiah B. (06-14-2017)

Russell, It has been a pleasure to meet you and to see you in action!! Great class this weekend! Thank you for all your doing with these service men and women!! I motivated and working on getting help in getting my career going again.   Joe N. (06-11-2017)

Thank you very much for your help. You have given me the best tools for transition. Your classes by far have been the most useful and the ones that carry more weight. Thank you very much for your time and support.

   Jose P. (06-12-2017)

I retired in January and had run into the greatest resource on Camp Pendleton for my transition. Russell Levy is the president of the nonprofit Veterans Transition Support Program  on Camp Pendleton since 2014. The program has done great things for thousands of our transitioning Sailors and Marines  on Camp Pendleton. I cannot say enough about this program personally. It has offered me more than all of the other transition programs I have taken combined.   Robert.L (USN Command Master Chief)

I went to the interview to be a supervisor, but due to your preparation they selected me to be a manager and now I am in a position to help some fellow veterans and I am looking for two veterans to be production supervisors.   Phillip L (USMC GySgt ret)

The most valuable part of the program was learning where to find pertinent information, contacts were made with various organizations and learning how to prepare for the transition phase.   Clinton S. (USMC Gunnery Sergeant)

I got a job! I guess I should clarify, I got a job that will actually allow me to truly live in Southern California not just survive. I was okay with the thought of possibly dying for this country but being in a position where it looked like I might fail my family was almost too much to bear. I can't thank you enough for helping me through this process.   Kevin B. (USMC MSgt ret)