Why The All-Volunteer Force Struggles More Than Draftees
It’s not that things are worse for veterans today. It’s just that more of them come from fewer and fewer segments of society.
An Arizona Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter takes off from Camp Navajo, Ariz., after a VIP visited with guard soldiers, June 25, 2013.
Here’s What It’s Like To Be A Black Hawk Pilot
There might be sexier flying jobs in the military, but there aren’t more rewarding ones.
Sailors aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Halsey render a salute to Chief Electronics Technician Anthony Andersen as he departs the ship for his next command.
It’s Time To Abolish The Enlisted-Officer Divide
The Pentagon should get rid of the archaic system of dividing officers and enlisted in favor of something that reflects the modern military’s capabilities and responsibilities.
A tractor goes by the American flag flying on the first day of the Half Century of Progress Show at the Rantoul National Aviation Center Airport in Rantoul, Illinois, Aug. 25, 2011.
Rural Veterans In Need Of Care Face Uncertainty, Isolation
Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan living in rural areas face unique challenges when trying to receive care through the VA. Is enough being done to help them?