We need a few good men and women with leadership experience — and what better leadership school than the U.S. military?
Tom note: Here is the ninth entry in our 10 Long March posts for 2018, the 2nd most-read item of … Continued
Every day, millions of young people swap selfies on Snapchat, update their status on Facebook, and swipe right on love … Continued
There are plenty of articles explaining the growing civil-military divide in America. Service members often feel civilians don’t understand them, … Continued
This past Friday, an AH-64 Apache helicopter crashed during a training mission at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, the latest in a … Continued
Direct-sales businesses are prevalent in military communities, as military spouses and even some service members try to either launch full-time … Continued
Fridays are always exciting in the world of American politics, as agencies dump the most salacious news on the press … Continued
The saying “overpaid, oversexed, and over here” may have been true about American GIs during World War II, but today’s … Continued
Billy Beane, the number-one draft pick in 1980, was a victim of bad talent management. Signed for the New York … Continued
You hardly go a day without reading a journal entry or a blog post about the Army’s leadership philosophy: “mission … Continued
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