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Black and Native American heroes from as far back as WWII may see Medal of Honor upgrades
The military services need to sort through thousands of citations.
The US military is tearing itself apart over ‘wokeness’ and it’s only helping America’s enemies
There is no 'woke' military.
Racism didn’t exist in the military before Biden, US Senator says with straight face
'Growing mistrust between the races and sexes where none existed just six months ago'
The Army had to clarify which racist incident it was talking about in an official statement
"The Army values are what we will live by. Please continue to hold us to those standards."
‘I serve as an example of what is possible’ — Top-ranking Black Army leaders reflect on their battles with racism
"I serve because I want young women of color to believe they can achieve anything that they dream."
Why it’s so difficult for the military to weed out extremists
We have met the enemy and he is us.
Why talking about racism in the ranks will only make the US military stronger
Cohesive teams require trusting the person next to you.
Top admiral condemns extremism after ‘separate incidents’ of hate speech on two Navy ships
'We will own this'
The Pentagon’s extremism stand down is not enough
When has a stand down solved anything?
The Pentagon tried to bury an alarming survey about widespread racism in the ranks
Where transparency goes to die.
‘My story is not unique’—Mexican-American airman calls out racism in the military
"Pains of the past are passed on and knowing this will help you know your troops.”
Meet the (probably soon to be former) Marine who just dropped a not-so-hot racist track on Instagram
"There is no place for racism in the Marine Corps."
Naval Academy touts diversity effort, but racist tweet probe leaves questions unanswered
The Academy would not specify the administrative action taken against Midshipman 1st Class Chase Standage.
Top Marine says racism in the Corps has to be cut out ‘like a cancer, quickly’
'You have the ruthless in rooting it out, and when you find it, you’ve got to separate it like a cancer, quickly – because it clearly will spread.'
A Black former Tennessee Guardsman claims his fellow soldiers called him a racial epithet like it ‘was my name’
"I know I'm not the only one, so why don't nobody care?"
US service members battling racism in the ranks report a high barrier to justice
Data obtained by Reuters show that service members rarely file formal equal opportunity complaints when compared to their civilian employee counterparts within the Defense Department. Why?
Trial for Marine lieutenant accused of white supremacist activity postponed as new allegations surface
Marine 2nd Lt. Felippe Maher had been slated to appear before a general court-martial later this month before the case was withdrawn on Sept. 9.
This slide from an Air Force brief shows airmen what white privilege looks like
At least one Air Force base has distributed training materials designed to foster a conversation around the concept of white privilege amid the service's reckoning with racial disparities in the ranks
Naval Special Warfare Command cuts ties with SEAL museum over video of dogs attacking man in Colin Kaepernick jersey
"We will revisit our relationship with the Museum when I am convinced that they have made the necessary changes to ensure this type of behavior does not happen again"
The Air Force asked service members for feedback on racial injustice. The response was overwhelming
When the U.S. Air Force introduced a new survey earlier this month that asked airmen to describe racial injustice or bias they'd witnessed or experienced during their careers, leaders figured they'd get a lot of feedback — but they didn't expect that thousands would come forward with stories
Army four-star general: talking about racial injustice was like learning ‘a new language’ for the military
"In my opinion, I've been doing this for 38 years, the topic of race in the military has been considered taboo, something we just don't talk about"
Here’s what it’s like to put up with ‘just joking’ racism in the military
"Racists don’t think they’re being racist. In fact, when they’re being racist, they often play it off as a joke."
DoD is eliminating promotion photos and ordering services to review hairstyle regulations in fight against racism
Defense Secretary Mark Esper has announced a series of steps he is taking immediately to combat racism in the ranks
‘Sailors using the N-word’ — Navy leaders hear painful cases of racism amid crackdown on discrimination
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday directed the Navy to stand up a group to examine service policies amid the national conversations about race and discrimination
Congress to convene hearing on handling of race-based allegations at the Coast Guard Academy
The heads of the two committees convening the July 16 hearing said the commandant of the Coast Guard, Rear Arm. Karl Schultz, has refused to testify