How to Be a Veteran Traveling Missionary


Use your military benefits to bless the lives of others. Put yourself in an environment of love and cooperation to assist you with your reintegration process.





Veterans are in a unique position to serve as a Traveling Missionary for ARC7. My father was a major in the Air Force.  He retired at 42 and became a traveling missionary.  He self-funded his missions by using his retirement pay to live well in these countries where the cost of living was very low. He was able to fly free using Space-Available flights wherever he wanted to go.
We set up the Traveling Missionary program in honor of my father and others like him who served his country well and had a big heart to do something great with the training and financial benefits of being a veteran.
If you are a veteran, we encourage you to be a traveling missionary.  You will travel to each of our mission sites and spend time at each one.  You will see what they need and arrange for that need to be filled.  You will assist the teams as they grow.  We believe this is the perfect opportunity for reintegration.  You are welcome to stay in this program for as long as it takes to go through the reintegration process.  And by the way, thank you for your service.
Service members and their families can use Space-Available flights – formally known as Military Airlift Command or MAC flights – to travel around the country and world at little or no cost.  Passengers with AirPass membership, First and Business Class MileSAAver award tickets and AAnytime award tickets may also fly standby. Complimentary standby is also available for active U.S. military personnel traveling on orders or personal travel and active U.S. military dependents traveling on orders.


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