The tragic disappearance and murder of Army Specialist Vanessa Guillen, stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, has cast new light on a decades-old problem in the world’s finest military: sexual assault and sexual harassment.
The Army Future Combat System, Navy’s Ford-class aircraft carrier, and the Air Force KC-46 Tanker are just a few recent examples where technological hurdles slowed or stopped introduction of a new program service leaders considered essential to stay ahead of adversaries.
The 2021 Defense Authorization Bill gives DOD three years to implement new names for installations bearing the names of Confederate soldiers.
By refusing to follow orders to occupy US cities, servicemembers could actually be respecting, rather than undermining, the reasons that ground the principle of civilian control in the first place.
An investigation by open source intelligence (OSINT) analyst Foeke Postma at Bellingcat makes sobering reading.
The U.S. Marine Corps just stood up the so-called Marine Littoral Regiment that could help the Corps battle Chinese forces in the Western Pacific.
“During the medical history interview or examination, a history of COVID-19, confirmed by either a laboratory test or a clinician diagnosis, is permanently disqualifying.”
How can military retirees and veterans find out what they are worth and approach their first civilian salary negotiations with confidence?