Veterans In Government ‘Get Stuff Done,’ Says SEAL-Turned-Congressman
Scott Taylor, a former Navy SEAL, now serves the 2nd District of Virginia in his first term as a congressman.
After 75 Years, The Seabees Show No Signs Of Slowing Down
The Navy’s “Construction Battalions” were founded 75 years ago this week.
A Vietnam War Hero Discusses How The Nature Of Combat Has Changed Over The Years
Distinguished Service Cross recipient Richard Rinaldo spoke with Task & Purpose about the disparity between courage under fire and its recognition after the fact.
Joining the Military
How Military Millennials Can Show They Are Not Lazy, Entitled Snowflakes
A retired special operations Air Force colonel has advice for millennials to succeed in the military.
Stand And Deliver: That ‘One Leg Monster’ On War, Pain, And Powerlifting
A combat wounded Army veteran and an amputee powerlifter, KC Mitchell knows pain better than most. It’s what keeps him going.
The Battle Of Toad Hall Is A Masterpiece Asymmetrical Warfare
How “The Wind in the Willows” can teach us about small unit actions in warfare.