Featured by Emma Moore
How the US military’s coronavirus response may screw over the reserves
The endless pursuit of lethality combined with perverse incentives for commanders means the U.S. military’s reserve component risks being left in the lurch by the government’s broad response to COVID-19
The Army may have hit this year’s recruiting goal, but the service still has a long way to go
Despite touting new initiatives, digital platforms, and marketing techniques (and lowering its goal by 12,000 in 2019 amid a more modest growth plan in the next five years), the Army is not in the clear yet
Implementing new PT standards may hurt Army readiness. The service should learn from how US allies pulled it off
After nearly two decades of grinding low-intensity conflict, the U.S. military is shifting to focus on near-peer competition — and tailoring its physical fitness requirements accordingly.
What The US Army Should Learn From the British Army’s Punchy Recruiting Campaign
The U.S. Army will always face challenges recruiting the soldiers it needs, but an uphill battle is no excuse not to strive to do better —or learn from other countries' modernization efforts
The Mission Creep of Sending Troops To The US-Mexico Border
The current plan to send at least 7,000 active-dutyU.S. troops to the southern border for Operation Faithful Patriot undermines Secretary...
How The Media’s Narrow Portrayal Of Service Members Does The Military A Disservice
As the American military becomes more isolated from society and society more disconnected from war, public understanding of its military...