Transitioning out of active duty during the novel coronavirus pandemic is likely to require additional planning before being discharged.
Written, narrated, shot and edited by Wes O’Donnell, Managing Editor of In Military, veteran and AMU graduate. This Memorial Day we remember the sacrifices made on our behalf.
As the U.S. military navigates the fog of the coronavirus pandemic, recruiters and military entrance processing stations (known as MEPS) are receiving new guidance on the acceptance of candidates who have tested positive for COVID-19.
What if I told you that America’s era of stealth domination was coming to an end? You might say that I was being hyperbolic. Or better yet, you would proudly state that the United States has poured tens of billions of dollars into developing fifth-generation stealth fighter jets, such as the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor and F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Determining what countries have aircraft carriers is confusing, since there is no single definition of an aircraft carrier.
The Navy dismissed charges Thursday against an officer accused of covering up war crimes by a SEAL later acquitted of murder, and ordered a review of the service’s justice system.
After the D-Day landings at Normandy and the initial breakthrough of the Nazi-held Western Front, the Allies found themselves needing a significant amount of fuel for their growing number of military vehicles.
This week sees the 75th anniversary of the now-legendary Allied invasion of Fortress Europe. While incredible movies like “The Longest Day” and “Saving Private Ryan” do justice to the heroic acts of that fateful day, the real heroes were unassuming Americans, Canadians, Brits and Australians who answered their nation’s call to push back against tyranny.