InMilitary Managing Editor Wes O’Donnell discusses Eisenhower’s draft memo in the event that the D-Day invasion failed.
AMU is ready to support military spouses who want to start a degree or finish a degree already in progress.
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Juneteenth is a special commemoration day. It is considered the recognition of black independence and the end of slavery.
“Burn-In” is a riveting technothriller that is not only highly entertaining but meticulously researched and presents a near-future state that is closer than you think.