National Aviation History Month is observed in November of each year. This event commonly highlights the achievements, advancements and accolades of people who have contributed to aviation and aerospace.
Civilian courts and police could confiscate the firearms of service members accused of domestic violence by military authorities under a proposed law
What made Frederick the Great a great military leader? Learn how he relentlessly studied war and rigorously trained soldiers so he could outmaneuver stronger opponents.
A veteran entrepreneur shares how the military gave him the confidence, determination, patience, and drive to follow his passion after 26 years of service.
F-35 development and production was valued at about $200 billion at the time, with at least 3,000 aircraft purchased over the program of record.
Military servicemembers have skills and training that are very desirable in the civilian workforce. Retired Colonel Larry Dietz, an AMU professor, talks about translating those skills to the commercial sector.
Ultimately, what can we learn from the disappointing outcome of the recent U.S. experience in Afghanistan?
Despite a life-long desire to join the military, AMU’s Dr. Wallace “Rope” Burns didn’t enlist until he was in his 30s. Learn about his unique military experience, his desire to continue his education, and his path to becoming a professor and teaching the skills he learned in the military.