Reflections: The Sadr City Sniper
We had a sniper problem.
Japan Strikes North: How the Battle of Khalkhin Gol Transformed WWII
Eighty years ago, Soviet and Japanese forces clashed on a river along the border between Mongolia and Manchuria (Manchukuo).
Transitioning Troops, Student Veterans Can Bolster Civilian Careers with Certifications
Transitioning service members now have free and discounted access to a range of recognized professional certifications.
Trial Delayed for Guardsman Charged with Stealing WWII Dog Tags
A complaint says Rumsby told investigators he took dog tags that belonged to four airmen killed in plane crashes in 1944.
The Coast Guard Needs Mixed-Gender Berthing
"A shift to unisex berthing will further advance the Coast Guard's commitment to supporting female careers."
Is Chinese Telecom a Threat to American National Security?
The administration argues that the use of Huawei’s 5G network could allow the Chinese government to conduct cyberespionage.
VA MISSION Act Fails to Address the Importance of Improving Mental Health Services
Timely and effective care matters when veterans are requesting assistance with their mental health concerns.
Veterans Win with Trump Administration's MISSION Act Reforms
"The MISSION Act reflects the president's vision that veterans need to be at the center of their health care decisions."