U.S. Army Rangers, rest for a moment in between events during the Best Ranger Competition 2016, at Fort Benning, Ga., April 16, 2016.
Health & Fitness
Sleep Deprivation Is An Epidemic We Can’t Afford To Ignore
Sleep deprivation across the globe is a public health problem with steep consequences.
Hypnotherapy helps with depot stressors
Military Spouses Suffer From Sleep Deprivation, New Study Shows
A new study revealed military spouses are getting below the average amount of sleep recommended for adults.
A U.S. Army soldier scans the area while on a mission with Iraqi army soldiers from 1st Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 4th Iraqi Army Division in Al Muradia village, Iraq, March, 13, 2007.
The Military Isn’t Providing Equal Access To Care For PTSD Between Pay Grades
A new RAND report found that service members receive varying levels of mental health care based on pay grade.
Here’s How The Pentagon Can Better Serve Military Families
The Department of Defense needs a standard definition of military family resilience in order to build and sustain programs to support families enduring tough times.
This RAND Employment Report Has Some Good News And Advice For Vets
The 100,000 Jobs Missions report has some good news for transitioning service member and veterans looking for civilian employment. Here are some of the highlights.