Health & Fitness
Why Hasn’t The Government Learned Anything From The Agent Orange Health Crisis?
The defoliant provides a case study in how not to deal with the unintended health consequences of war.
Col. Matthew G. St. Clair, the commanding officer of the Ground Combat Element Integrated Task Force, addresses Marines after an award ceremony, Aug. 19, 2014.
Women Should Burn Their Draft Cards
There’s no place on the modern battlefield for the Selective Service agency.
Senior Airman Frances Gavalis, 332nd Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron equipment manager, tosses unserviceable uniform items into a burn pit.
When It Comes to Burn Pits, Veterans Might Be On Their Own
As Congress defunds research into the health effects of burn pits, veterans are forced to be their own advocates.
Bryan Box, an Army veteran who served in Afghanistan, is now a biological sciences major at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Veterans Aren’t The Only People Who Deserve Affordable Education
Criticizing civilians for not obtaining a free college education through the military misses the point of public service.
A-10 Warthog
An Infantryman’s Defense Of The A-10
The A-10 Warthog is battle tested and soldier approved, this infantryman says.
Aiden Robillard smiles in the arms of his father, Staff Sgt. Tim Robillard, Jan. 12, 2014.
What DoD’s New Family-Friendly Policies Mean For The Future Of The Military
The Pentagon is trying to rebrand the military as “the nation’s most progressive employer.”