Cultural Support Assessment and Selection program.
It’s Time We Require Women To Register For The Draft
Women’s legal exemption from the draft is obsolete.
Photo composite from left to right: Cmdr. Elizabeth Barrett (top left), Jennie Hodgers (bottom left), Virginia Hall, Sarah Rosetta Wakeman, Sarah Emma Edmonds
American Women Who Served In Combat Before You Were Born
Women have served on every part of the battlefield since the birth of the United States.
The amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu launches Landing Craft Utility 1635 off the coast of San Clemente Island for the beach assault phase of exercise Iron Fist 2012.
4 Reasons Why I Will Miss The Navy
A naval officer bids the Navy farewell after six years of service.
Members of the U.S. Naval Academy raise their right hands as they take an oath of office during the Academy's graduation and commissioning ceremony, May 22, 2015.
The Navy’s Uniform Changes Are Anything But Gender Neutral
The Navy’s new uniform changes are supposed to be "gender neutral," but for officers and senior enlisted, they look much like the men's uniforms.
The guided-missile destroyer USS Mitscher (DDG 57) lights up its mast during night delayed landing qualifications with the Desert Hawks of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 26.
Joining the Military
Christmas Means Something Different When You Deploy
When deployed, holidays give you too much time to think about how the people you love are in each others' company, and you are not.
navy retention
The Navy’s Retention Plans Are Improvements, But Still Not Enough
The Navy is not addressing the systemic reasons for why many of its best personnel are not reenlisting.
suicide prevention month
A Tribute To A Fallen Friend On World Suicide Prevention Day
In honor of Suicide Prevention Month, a naval officer writes a tribute to a friend who suffered from combat-related post-traumatic stress.