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James Johnson, a 22-year Army veteran, talks with Pat Cooke, left, a recruiter for the Clearwater, Fla. police department, at a veterans job fair in New York. (AP)
James Johnson, a 22-year Army veteran, talks with Pat Cooke, left, a recruiter for the Clearwater, Fla. police department, at a veterans job fair in New York. (AP)

There are around 2 million military retirees in the U.S. Many are looking for second jobs and want a strong support structure as they transition into civilian life.  The military financial services company, USAA, and military.com have ranked the top ten places to retire if you're in the military.

June Walbert joins us to explain the report.  She's a certified financial planner with USAA, she's also Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Reserves.   She tells us that Waco, Texas, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and College Station, Texas top the list.

This segment aired on December 13, 2010.

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