Diana Moga

Diana Moga is a former Marine Corps captain who served as a supply and logistics officer. She has a degree in international relations from the United States Naval Academy, where she earned her commission. She now lives in Houston, Texas, with her husband and two children.

Recent articles from Diana Moga

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Entertainment
Critics Rave About This New Show For Its Authenticity, But It Still Stereotypes Vets
Netflix’s remake of “One Day at a Time” has the potential to be great, but ends up just reinforcing negative stereotypes about veterans.
A Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle equipped with a mine roller plows through the fine sand of Helmand province, Afghanistan, during a combat logistics patrol conducted by Transportation Support Company, Combat Logistics Regiment 2, Regional Command (Southwest), July 25, 2013.
Community
This Collection Of Short Stories Captures The Truth About War Better Than Nonfiction
A U.S. Marine Corps veteran reviews “The Road Ahead” by Adrian Bonenberger and Brian Castner, a collection of Iraq and Afghanistan War short stories.
Judge Stephen Manley (pictured) founded the Drug Treatment Court and Mental Health Court of Santa Clara County, California.
Support
9 Questions With A Veteran Treatment Court Judge
Santa Clara Superior Court Judge Stephen V. Manley talks about how veteran treatment courts are changing lives for the better.
Aircraft assigned to Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 11 perform a fly-by performance for Sailors and their family members on a tiger cruise aboard the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68).
Leadership
The Navy’s Problem Balancing Strategy And Operations
There's a philosophical tug of war in play within the Navy on where best to apply manpower resources.
Cmdr. Christopher Serow, commanding officer of Naval Support Activity Panama City, inspects cadets at J.R. Arnold High School during the annual military inspection of the school’s Navy Junior ROTC program.
Joining the Military
Would I Encourage My Kids To Join The Military? It Depends
While there are reasons to encourage my kids to join the military, it’s important to explore all the pros and cons.
Lucia Abec, granddaughter of Vietnam War veteran Marine Sgt. Roland Briceno, looks up from climbing the stairs amidst a sea of Marine dress blue delta trousers following the Proclamation Ceremony for Marine Week Cleveland June 11, 2012.
Family & Relationships
What The Marine Corps Taught Me About Parenting
Here are 10 things Marines do that have helped me along in my parenting journey.