The military has it's own model; it consists of things like discipline, training, more training, and serious rule obeying, to name just a few.
When our military men and women come back from a tour of duty--or several, they have some choices to make...
Some will immediately start applying for a traditional job.
Other will take a look at some of the more non-traditional options, one of them being business ownership.
A sub-category in business ownership is franchise ownership, and it's worth a look.
The Model Fits
The franchise business model itself usually makes immediate sense to a military veteran, because it consists of several very familiar things. (Like training, rule-following, and more)
While franchise ownership isn't for everyone, it does have some very attractive things built right in.
If you're a military veteran, i'd like to suggest that you look into franchising as one career option. Just look. And learn.
Start off by learning what the actual business model of franchising is, so you'll know if it's a fit for you--in your specific situation.
Check out, The Business Model of Franchising on the Virginia-based Cox Small Business Navigator.
One more thing; if you're a military veteran, and you know a little about solar energy, check this business opportunity out. There's even financing availbale if you qualify.