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Americans need to know how many of its troops are in harm’s way
US civil-military relations: a flawed deal in desperate need of repair
Why service members might disobey Trump’s orders to occupy US cities
The case for rethinking the politicization of the military
It’s time to rename Fort Benning for Alwyn Cashe
The deafening silence of veteran service organizations on Black Lives Matter
The graffiti may be gone, but the question of whether ‘black vets count’ remains
What the Houston riots of 1917 tell us about police brutality and status in America
At West Point, they swore an oath to serve the public interest. As high public officials, they’ve forsaken it
COVID-19 and the loneliness of American heroism
Our son died in training at Camp Pendleton. He could have been saved
For American security, Tammy Duckworth is the pick for Biden
What the COVID-19 pandemic reveals about the US military’s role in defending the nation
Stop waiting for a COVID-19 action hero to save you
Banning COVID-19 survivors from military service is a recruiting mess waiting to happen
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us one thing: we should all serve
The US needs to rethink nation-building to prevent the next forever war
Yes, the President’s tweets count as legitimate orders, no matter how confusing they seem
The military’s Blue Angels and Thunderbirds flyovers aren’t what America needs right now
The misappropriation of Pat Tillman’s legacy
COVID-19 has created a world of anxiety and fear. Here’s how you can get through it with clear purpose and meaning
The US military needs to suck it up and embrace telecommuting forever
‘Thank you for service’ now applies to far more people than our nation’s veterans
The VA needs to do more to protect nurses and doctors during the COVID-19 pandemic
We are all in combat now