By John Aldrich, Lead Contributor, InMilitary.com
American Military University’s Vice President of Military, Veterans, and Community College Relations, John Aldrich, brings you this very special message. As our country prepares to recognize Veterans Day this year, we need to take the time to reflect and honor the accomplishments and sacrifices not only of those who came before us, but today’s servicemembers and veterans as well. Continue Reading
By Devin Thorpe
Jack Nadel has been doing business since the end of World War II. Most people his age, quite frankly, are dead and the rest are retired. Nadel is passionate about sharing his collected wisdom with veterans and others who are working to start businesses. He has written a book, The Evolution of an Entrepreneur, that features 50 of his best business tips.
By Craig Gilman
Faculty Member at American Military University
Make July 4th memorable in 2015. Share this heritage and make it fun and meaningful for following generations. There are a number of ways Americans traditionally celebrate Independence Day. First and foremost, take the time to reflect, not only on the value of our independence and freedoms, but also the civic responsibilities and duties that go with them.
By Eric Tucker
The Associated Press
Introductory courses on campus life help veterans navigate the unfamiliar terrain of a college environment while academic classes set aside for veterans are designed to help them learn in smaller settings and alongside peers with similar backgrounds.