Rob Warner, a wounded Marine, stands next to his prize-winning catch during Warrior Weekend 2011.
One Vet’s Mission To Change The Lives Of Wounded Warriors Through Fishing
A new documentary shares retired Marine Col. Eric Hastings’ mission to help wounded warriors by teaching them to fly fish.
The 10 Books That Should Be On Your Reading List
Here's a list of 10 must-read books for anyone who has served in the military.
Pfc. Christina Fuentes Montenegro prepares to hike to her platoon's defensive position during patrol week of Infantry Training Battalion near Camp Geiger, N.C. on Oct. 31, 2013. Fuentes Montenegro is one of the first three females to ever graduate from Infantry Training Battalion. Patrol week is a five-day training event that teaches infantry students basic offensive, defensive and patrolling techniques. Delta Company is the first infantry training company to fully integrate female Marines into an entire training cycle. This and future companies will evaluate the performance of the female Marines as part of ongoing research into opening combat-related job fields to women. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler L. Main/Released)
The Historic And Evolving Role Of Women In The Military
A new documentary premiering this month demonstrates that the modern battlefield has opened an opportunity and, with the development of the all-volunteer military, created a need for women to enter the realm of war and warfare.
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Innovation In The Army, Part III: How to Position Yourself as an Innovator
Veterans who actively work to position themselves to contribute as innovators and innovation leaders in the civilian world also benefit the military.
University of Oregon student Samantha Cohen, center, joins a hundred fellow protesters in the lobby of Johnson Hall on the UO campus in Eugene, Ore. Thursday May 8, 2014 to demand answers from school officials in the wake of allegations of sexual assault by three UO basketball players. (AP Photo/The Register-Guard, Chris Pietsch)
3 Lessons Colleges Can Learn About Sexual Assault From The Military
Here are three military practices that educational institutions may find useful when embarking on their own sexual assault reform efforts.
CAMP NATHAN SMITH, Afghanistan – In the 2011 U.S. Army Photo of the Year, Pfc. Kevin March kneels atop a cliff overlooking the Arghandab River Valley to provide security for his squad as they climb up the cliff from the valley below in the Arghandab district, Afghanistan, Jan. 31, 2011. March is assigned to Company C, 1st Battalion, 66th Armored Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division.(Photo by Sgt. Breanne Pye, 1st BCT PAO, 4th Inf. Div.)
Innovation In The Army, Part I: It Starts With The Warfighters
Innovation is an integral feature of the U.S. Army, and needs to be more deliberately fostered in the military and civilian world.