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.
As we celebrate everything that military spouses contribute to the military family, perhaps it’s time for a fresh look at military spouse unemployment and examine a few strategies that these spouses can employ.
Thanks to new data by VA Disability law firm Hill & Ponton, we have a clearer picture of how the pandemic has affected some veterans’ mental health.
Tricare medical coverage is one of the biggest benefits of military service, and one of the greatest things about Tricare is the low catastrophic caps.
Recovering from addiction is a process that can make people feel uncomfortable emotionally and physically. It can become a challenge for
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.
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.