Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to speak to Major Dannielle Flanigan-Noyes (USAF-Ret.). She and I had a candid chat about the military and women.
On the 80th anniversary of Japan’s surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii (with its many memorials) is once again in our sights—this time, for remembrance.
Military servicemembers have skills and training that are very desirable in the civilian workforce. Retired Colonel Larry Dietz, an AMU professor, talks about translating those skills to the commercial sector.
Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock, loved his personal custom Ford F-150 Raptor pickup truck. Fans know this because the truck made regular appearances on Johnson’s social media.
At this very moment, a war rages on in Europe. It is a war with no monuments. No parades. No victories. Only casualties.
Christian Blauvelt explores how the men and women who made movies reacted to the reality of war in his book, “Hollywood Victory: The Movies, Stars, and Stories of World War II.”
What made Frederick the Great a great military leader? Learn how he relentlessly studied war and rigorously trained soldiers so he could outmaneuver stronger opponents.
While the Army recovers from decades of fighting guerrilla forces in the Middle East, leaders are setting their eyes on the wars of tomorrow.