There is a taboo about putting weapons on robots. When Dallas police killed a sniper using an improvised bomb on a robot in 2016, there was a national outcry, and the tactic has not been repeated.
Becoming a military officer is challenging. For enlisted personnel, there are more requirements than simply earning their degree.
The U.S. Supreme Court has signaled that it is considering a case involving a Texas state trooper who claims he lost his job after deploying to Iraq and becoming sick as a result of exposure to burn pits.
Since Friday, February 26, several incidents have taken place in the Middle East showing that the situation with Iran still points towards drama rather than reconciliation with the new administration.
The tax season is upon us once again. On Feb. 12the Internal Revenue Service will begin accepting and processing returns.
When it comes to the military, the tax code has many options and unique ways to assist enlisted and officers and their families either during permanent changes of station (PCS) or while serving in a combat zone.
My first minimum-wage job was a rite of passage. In 1993, I proudly cleared tables as a busboy at CiCi’s Pizza in Dallas, Texas, for a whopping $4.25 per hour.
A long-decried law dubbed the “widow’s tax” that reduced the amount of cash support some surviving military spouses could receive each month will begin a planned phaseout this month, a change triggered by a 2020 law.