Veterans Day: 100 Years of Honoring Veterans’ Sacrifices

The sacrifices that veterans make on behalf of all Americans are worth celebrating on Veterans Day. We have been honoring our vets for more than 100 years.

Six Things Business Leaders Can Learn from the Military

The military is one of the most well-respected institutions in the United States, with 81% of Americans expressing confidence that the military will act in the best interests of the public.

Washington Baseball History Runs through Two World Wars

When the Washington Nationals won the 2019 World Series last week, they ended a 95-year drought since a Washington baseball team won the world championship in 1924.

Congress Still Working to Authorize Space Force Creation

Laser guns, light sabers and Battlestar Galactica. This is what many late-night comedians imagined when President Trump first mentioned establishing a U.S. Space Force back in March 2018.

Veterans Day: 100 Years of Honoring Veterans’ Sacrifices

Six Things Business Leaders Can Learn from the Military

Washington Baseball History Runs through Two World Wars

Congress Still Working to Authorize Space Force Creation

Smart New Features Enhance Wounded Veterans’ Homes And Healing

When James Poggi enlisted in the Marine Corps at age 19, he was looking for a worthwhile way to support his young family. While deployed to Afghanistan, he was injured helping land a helicopter and diagnosed with spinal cord compression, severe nerve damage and peripheral neuropathy. Post-traumatic stress (PTSD) and temporary memory loss also followed the accident, as did an honorable discharge for medical reasons. Like thousands of other veterans, he returned home with visible and invisible injuries.