There is a certain charm about military slang. Sometimes efficient and sometimes offensive, every branch has invented its own language to describe people, places and things.
When there’s stress on one service member’s family, it can jeopardize mission-readiness for their unit and the military as a whole.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will reexamine compensation claims from veterans exposed to Agent Orange while serving in the waters off Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
Shockingly, eighty-five percent of American critical infrastructure is owned by private companies, yet the U.S. government leaves it to private enterprise to protect itself.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, several factors have had an effect on the international nature of human trafficking.
Recently there have been signs of “trouble in paradise” when Jordan, which has been a stable and relatively havoc-free country, witnessed a rare drama unfold.
“Trust in journalism is complex, has a long and storied history, and has unfortunately aligned with the political landscape of today.”
EDM briefing for May 24, 2021: Mount Nyiragongo erupted Saturday night in Congo and forced residents to flee their homes near Goma.
There is very little more inspiring than seeing a beautiful crescent moon rising above the Georgia pines on a crisp winter’s morning.