Did you know the military services have a program that may allow you to attend law school at the military’s expense and then serve as an attorney in the Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps of your respective service?
As we celebrate everything that military spouses contribute to the military family, perhaps it’s time for a fresh look at military spouse unemployment and examine a few strategies that these spouses can employ.
Coinciding with National Military Spouse Appreciation Day (May 7, 2021), American Military University (AMU) has launched a brand-new merchandise series of veteran and military spouse pins.
The pandemic has shifted our traditional views of learning. This shift would not have been possible without technology and AI in the classroom.
The argument for reparations is more complex than some people may think. It is not only an argument for justice, but for justice given and then taken away.
The U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan provides an opportunity for al Qaeda to reassert itself as a terror group.
Private sector intelligence (PSI) provides for the security of businesses and their operations and assets, including the physical protection of their personnel, products and services, and facilities. Learn about career opportunities in PSI.
What has it been like being a Black woman working in law enforcement for more than two decades? In this episode, hear from Dr. Sukeena Stephens about her struggle to get a seat at the table in a white male-dominated field and the inequity she saw when it came to special assignments and promotional opportunities.
In the first part of this series, we discussed two ways that SpaceX’s new satellite internet service might revolutionize the world we live in today