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RallyPoint: Showing the Power of Community Among Veterans and Servicemembers

RallyPoint (RP) recently achieved a major milestone. It enrolled its 1 millionth member on November 22. RallyPoint is a professional network serving the U.S. military and its veterans. Founded in 2012 by veterans Yinon Weiss and Aaron Kletzing, it is the nation’s largest military social community.

Why Some Army Colonels Won’t Make the Cut for Command in New Assessment Course

APUS Archives Dedication Ceremony Held at Newly Renamed Alfred M. Gray University Center

During the inauguration week events celebrating new APUS President Karan Powell, university leaders unveiled a special military-focused exhibit, “APUS and Military Educators: History of the Influence on Security and Military Education” at the dedication of the Richard G. Trefry University Archives in Charles Town, WV.

Why Some Army Colonels Won’t Make the Cut for Command in New Assessment Course

Maximizing Your Transfer Credit: Part 1

By SSG Tonda (Dillivan-Rudoll) Navarrete
Military and Community College Outreach Director at American Military University

Note: This article was originally published at RallyPoint.

How many schools have you attended throughout your academic journey? Have you changed your career and educational goals every time you and your spouse change duty stations?

It is important to decide upon a degree path and stick to it as best as possible. Continue Reading

AMU’s Freedom Grant: Maximize Your Military Education Benefits

APUS Creates New Veterans Center in West Virginia

By Guy Williams
Alumnus and Ambassador, American Public University System

How many of you think you understand the breadth and scope of our school? As an alumnus and ambassador for American Public University System (APUS), I believed I enjoyed a better-than-average understanding of APUS.

After I attended the grand opening of the APUS Veterans Center in Charles Town, West Virginia, however, I quickly realized how much our school grew in the past five years. Continue Reading

Why Some Army Colonels Won’t Make the Cut for Command in New Assessment Course

University’s New Veterans Center Grand Opening & Dedication this Friday

Since its founding as American Military University by retired marine aviator and educator Jim Etter in 1991, American Public University System (APUS) has proudly served U.S. active-duty and veteran students nationwide and overseas. In tandem with marking its 25th year of educating those who serve, the university will celebrate the grand opening of the APUS Veterans Center on April 29. The new center is located at 300 South George Street in historic Charles Town, West Virginia, near the main APUS campus.

Why Some Army Colonels Won’t Make the Cut for Command in New Assessment Course