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Hopefully you were planning and have either most of a Bachelor's degree done in a field you want to pursue after the military during your military time (and ideally compliments your hard-earned X years of service doing), OR at least you can put your GI Bill to use in finishing or starting a college education.
Each branch of service has their own "about to get out of military" transition class, Navy calls it "TAPS/GPS", the other branches call it different but same concept: go over financial planning regarding sudden difference in pay check, disability, job search, resume writting, networking, etc. Hopefully you attended that, if you still have time, sign up ASAP.
Hope this helps, good luck
Dom Pascual Esq
You can start a franchise or your own business, you can get a government job, you can volunteer. Keep busy, keep your mind strong and your body fit. Find a routine and stay involved in the community
What do you WANT to do?
After the military, I would suggest trying to find another Government job. You will be highly recommended especially since you already had a Government background.