Featured - Diverse Military

West Point is About to Graduate Its Largest Class of Black Women

by Tony Marco | May 20, 2019
Thirty-four Black women are expected to graduate from West Point next week. That will be the la [...] Read more

A Cultural Shift is Helping Keep Talented Mothers in The Navy

by Brock Vergakis | May 12, 2019
Lt. Cmdr. Karen Sankes-Ritland never imagined life outside the military. Her father was a Marin [...] Read more

What Do Military Service Members Think About Diversity — Especially Gender Diversity — in Their Ranks?

by John M. Carey, Yusaku Horiuchi and John Polga-Hecimovichv | May 05, 2019
Following a Supreme Court decision in January, the Pentagon confirmed April 15 that it would [...] Read more

Former West Point Superintendent Won’t Be USC’s Next President

by Lucas Daprile | April 28, 2019
After a seven-month search, a week of interviews with four finalists and a day of protests, the [...] Read more

This Leading GI Bill And TA School is Getting a New Name

by George R. Altman | April 19, 2019
University of Maryland University College, one of the top destinations for troops and vets in [...] Read more

Trump’s Controversial Transgender Military Policy Goes Into Effect

by Hallie Jackson & Courtney Kube | April 12, 2019
Three years after the Obama administration told transgender individuals they could serve openly [...] Read more

Army Plans to Expand Program That Helps Soldiers Find Jobs After Service

by Rose L. Thayer | April 05, 2019
A Fort Hood-based pilot program that pays for soldiers to get civilian licenses and profession [...] Read more

Bill Plans Scholarship Money For Families of Those Killed, Injured in Military

by Michael Perchick | March 29, 2019
Lawmakers gathered at the General Assembly on Wednesday to discuss the filing of a bill that wo [...] Read more