veterans such a special group of people have a very large number, a lot of people after the general election will be elected by the government to arrange the work, but the hero of this article has chosen to start a business. More importantly, not only the success of the company when the boss, the staff are also hired veterans.

conspicuous green "brothers, join the army" logo, a group dressed in army green overalls for young people, a few neat houses and clean the courtyard, metallurgy road a small lane "hidden" with a trading company. It is different from other companies, it is the founder of the 80 veterans Zong Zhining, the company’s employees are all retired soldiers. Apart from doing business, training, and Zong Zhining’s "comrades" day should force type zipper, and even fight, single parallel bars and other training courses…… He said, full of endless attachment to the green camp, they came together veterans corps, and has been working on the road ahead.

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Zong Zhining dark skin, wearing camouflage clothes, even the "horse" is also a big jeep, a brother, and join the army "propaganda vehicle logo affixed to a prominent position. If you do not say, who can think of such a young man born in 1988 is the founder of the trading company, and has always retained the army’s fine tradition and style.

face to face interview, Zong Zhining spoke neat, leg move the body upright, without procrastination gas. He said, this is related to his troops in love. Even entrepreneurship, but also the results of their efforts together with comrades in arms.

he felt that he was very happy and lucky during his two years in the army. In addition to the initial training camp in Baoding, also participated in the Tiananmen parade, go to Tibet tour, has seen much of the world, also increased a lot of insight. For two years did not return home once, an intense feeling of homesickness in him on 2010 after the service period did not hesitate to choose the former. However, when the moment he really took off the cap badge, collar, tears and regret.

special want to go back to the army for more than a few years, could not bear to leave the comrades of life together." But there is no regret medicine, he can not let the time stagnation or back.

and his comrades together difficult venture

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gotta do it, go to Beijing to do marketing, doing small business in Xingtai, he chose to set up a trading company, from the start of the most familiar wine sales.

has been on the barracks with infinite feelings, hoping to work together with their comrades, so that we all live a good life." Zong Zhining said that from the end of last year, he and his comrades began to work together.

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