United States Military Veterans
Some of the torturous drill sergeant-scenes will remind many of “Full Metal Jacket,” but “The Inspection” has more complicated things to say.
Christopher Simmons credits the Army with helping him become a better teacher.
Every year, the non-profit organization provides active duty, reserve, veteran and other military-affiliated personnel the chance to experience ...
Leaders at the university are continuing to find ways to value, engage and mentor veterans as they transition out of service.
Leaving the military can be one of the most difficult transitions a person can make.
Six people were killed after a B-17 Flying Fortress bomber and a P-63 Kingcobra fighter plane crashed during a Dallas air show Saturday, officials ...
Ben Kesling's new book tells the story of a different side to the conflict.
Extreme weather can make daily life effectively impossible for those living without guaranteed shelter — and can delay access to needed resources.
In the 2022 edition of Best for Vets: Employers, the top companies in our rankings found ways to recruit and engage veterans during COVID-19.
“I’d like to let men know, it can happen and I’m a testimony to that,” Army veteran Boyd Elliott said of his breast cancer diagnosis.
Recruiting veterans to work as poll workers could harness the energy of veterans looking for new ways to serve their country.
'It’s no exaggeration to say you save lives and you change lives,' Space Force's top general tells military and veteran nonprofits.