In this episode, hear from Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart about his 38-year career in the Marines, his leadership experience including as Director of the DIA and how his military career helped him transition to the private sector.
There have been major issues with the nation’s plan and response to COVID-19. However, there may be some positive long-term outcomes from the pandemic.
One of the greatest benefits of serving in our nation’s military is the ability to earn a degree at virtually no cost. Speaking from personal experience, I was able to earn my bachelor’s degree while serving on active duty by using tuition reimbursement.
The inaugural Space Education and Strategic Applications (SESA) Conference, sponsored by American Military University, will be held virtually on Thursday and Friday October 15-16, 2020.
After reaching out to our contacts at State, we were presented with an amazing opportunity: an interview with several active Diplomatic Security Special (DSS) Agents and Regional Security Officers (RSOs).
One of the first and most important concepts that I learned was that college credit can be awarded for a servicemember’s training, which includes basic training.
Military pay and benefits are one of the most transparent compensation systems in America. A cursory Google search will provide ample charts showing exactly what you earn if you are, say, an E-6 with five years of service.
By Erik Kleinsmith
Biological threats, similar to the coronavirus pandemic, are not new and have been highly destructive throughout history. Here’s why intelligence analysts must understand this outbreak and how it impacts national security.
By Erik Kleinsmith
The death of Iran’s General Soleimani is likely to bring significant changes to the nation’s objectives and methods of operation. Learn how tools like threat profiling and historical case studies can help intelligence analysts better understand and predict the impacts of this leadership loss.