Why Ancient Equipment Led to Nine Servicemember Deaths

After the tragic deaths of eight Marines and one sailor in a training accident, it’s time to take a hard look at the 50-year-old vehicle they were riding in.

Maximizing Military Education Benefits: An Insider’s View

One of the first and most important concepts that I learned was that college credit can be awarded for a servicemember’s training, which includes basic training.

The U.S. Army is Rolling Along With WWII-Inspired Uniform

One of my many complaints while serving as an infantryman in the 101st Airborne Division was how ugly our dress uniform was.

The Bonhomme Richard Fire Could Set the Navy Back Years

The massive fire aboard the billion-dollar U.S. Navy warship, the USS Bonhomme Richard, may set the Navy back years as it reshuffles its resources to close a capability gap in the Pacific.

Why Ancient Equipment Led to Nine Servicemember Deaths

Maximizing Military Education Benefits: An Insider’s View

The U.S. Army is Rolling Along With WWII-Inspired Uniform

The Bonhomme Richard Fire Could Set the Navy Back Years