Melissa L. Maskulka

Melissa Maskulka currently serves in the United States Air Force as an intelligence analyst. She entered the USAF in 2011 after earning a B.A. in psychology from Hiram College and a master's in mental health counseling and behavioral medicine from Boston University. Prior to enlisting, she worked in various mental health settings serving veterans, families, and children through clinical therapy and research intervention. She enjoys traveling, running, and living life a bit backwards.

Recent articles from Melissa L. Maskulka

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Lauren Everett, a medic attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, talks to an Afghan child during a patrol in Mehtar Lam district, Laghman province, Afghanistan, Oct. 14, 2011.
The Life Lessons I Learned In Afghanistan Have Nothing To Do With Heroism
Despite the lack of “heroic” acts I've partaken in during my deployment, I learned quite a bit about some other “H” words.