As a moderately healthy middle-aged man, I knew I would be one of the last to receive the vaccine, but I was curious who was going to call first, my civilian doctor or Veterans Affairs.
Reporting into a new unit on the first day can be stressful. This is especially true for junior enlisted members who are still learning about military protocols and daily activities on the base.
All across America, people are celebrating a renaissance in speech economy and plain language. Even law schools, once a bastion of pretentious, unintelligible gobbledygook, are advocating for lawyers that speak in plain language.
The average person is so accustomed to seeing the results of artificial intelligence algorithms—like Amazon purchasing recommendations and Facebook ads—that it is easy to overlook the potential harm of these systems. Learn about issues with inherent bias and the difficulties in trying to retrain massive data sets.
Russia may consider returning to an international pact allowing surveillance flights over military facilities if the United States reverses its exit, the top Russian diplomat said Tuesday.
Israel’s fourth election in a little over two years is set for March 23, and it will be an election that comes down to mostly one question.
In March 1958, the Soviet Union began construction of a nuclear missile-equipped submarine, the K-129. On February 25, 1968, armed with three nuclear ballistic missiles, the K-129 set sail from its base in Siberia on a routine combat patrol near Hawaii.
The stress and challenges associated with policing affects more than just officers. Law enforcement families commonly carry an inherent fear for the safety of their family member, resulting in high levels of stress.
There is very little more inspiring than seeing a beautiful crescent moon rising above the Georgia pines on a crisp winter’s morning.