Every year, the LST-393 Veterans Museum in Muskegon, Michigan holds a celebration to honor those who lost their lives on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
This massive invasion changed the tide of WWII in Europe, helping the Allies to defeat the Axis powers. Here are five essential facts to know about D-Day.
The following is an excerpt from “Burn-In: A Novel of the Real Robotic Revolution,” by Peter W. Singer and August Cole.
The heroes that I served with wouldn’t want another wreath-laying ceremony. Sure, they would certainly want to be remembered, but why not celebrate everything America is about: Our shared value system, our fierce desire for individual freedom and, of course, hamburgers on the grill.
The Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of the Army have announced that they will lift restrictions on gathering sizes at national cemeteries and Arlington National Cemetery next week.
There is a certain charm about military slang. Sometimes efficient and sometimes offensive, every branch has invented its own language to describe people, places and things.
When there’s stress on one service member’s family, it can jeopardize mission-readiness for their unit and the military as a whole.
In this Q&A with Stephanie C. Hill, Lockheed Martin’s executive vice president for Rotary and Mission Systems, we discuss how AI/ML, open systems, and edge computing enable JADO.