From a historical perspective, it should come as little surprise that U.S. efforts in Afghanistan were thwarted.
The E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) plays a pivotal role in this sequence of activities known as closing the “kill chain.” The E-3, however, is increasingly outdated and outmatched — requiring urgent replacement.
To prepare for the transition from the military to civilian life, servicemembers should take time to reflect on the skills, experiences, and passions they acquired and assess how it can apply to civilian workforce.
The Army’s 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum, New York, is reeling from the suspected deaths by suicide of three troops in a 48-hour period, including a soldier who was one of the last U.S. service members to withdraw from Afghanistan.
Leaving the military and transitioning to the civilian workforce requires hard work and preparation. Learn how to identify transferable skills, tailor your resume for each position, and develop a post-military budget so you’re financially prepared when your service ends.
Dr. Chris Reynolds was one of the first military personnel to deploy to Afghanistan after 9/11. Learn about his work in the region, his thoughts on U.S. troop withdrawal, and potential future threats.
What makes a military leader truly great? AMU military historian and professor Dr. Kelly Jordan uses an innovative framework to determine what made Alexander the Great a truly great military leader.
In August of 2021, the Secretary of Defense announced that the Secretaries of the Military Departments will require full vaccination of all military servicemembers, which includes both active-duty and members of the Ready Reserves.