One important way to mitigate the challenges associated with military deployments is to celebrate the holiday in advance.
Dr. Chris Reynolds, Dean of Academic Outreach and Program Development at American Military University, and two colleagues recently returned from the 2018 Ravens Challenge in Bangkok, Hua Hin, Thailand.
Teachers should not treat military students differently. But we must have compassion and understand the challenges that our students face.
A Russian disinformation campaign has pushed Syria's best-known civilian rescue group into the crosshairs of President Bashar al-Assad's security forces, turning its volunteers into hunted prey, according to a team of open-source researchers and the organization itself.
With an eye on China, the Navy will begin arming its attack submarines with ship-killer missiles for the first time in decades.
Armed drones have become an increasingly common sight in the skies around the Middle East in recent years, notably in the war zones of Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan escalated his threats Monday of a military attack on U.S.-controlled territory in northeastern Syria, while the U.S. military insisted that the two countries were "making progress" in resolving their differences.
Japan plans to have an aircraft carrier for the first time since World War II, a move that has raised eyebrows even though Tokyo insists it will not mark any shift from its pacifist defense posture.
Anyone would expect that people who are fighting on opposing sides in a war would not be laughing and shaking hands during official consultations.