The healthcare system in the United States has been strained by the pandemic. After nearly two years of handling the situation, there is a shortage of nurses and a high prevalence of stress. However, there appears to be a natural labor pool to tap into: military veterans with medical skills. However, as Quil Lawrence reports, bureaucracy is preventing many veterans from converting their military knowledge into civilian healthcare jobs. It’s not just doctors. In professions like logistics, telecommunications, and truck driving, there’s also a divide between military and civilian qualifications, which are all in short supply right now.