Featured - Diverse Military

Sen. Martha McSally Coming Forward About Her Rape Could be a Watershed Moment For Republican Women

by Emily Stewart | March 07, 2019
Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ), a former Air Force pilot who was the first American woman to fly in [...] Read more

Mark A. Brown Appointed Chief Operating Officer of Federal Student Aid

by Monica Levitan | March 05, 2019
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has announced the appointment of Mark A. Brown as chief [...] Read more

IBM Just Appointed The First African-American Woman to Command a US Navy Ship to Its Board

by Lauren Feiner | February 28, 2019
IBM appointed Admiral Michelle J. Howard, the first African American woman to command a U.S. N [...] Read more

Gov. Tom Wolf Wants to Offer First-of-Its-Kind College Tuition Benefit to Pa. National Guard Member Families

by Jan Murphy | February 28, 2019
Gov. Tom Wolf wants to break new ground with a new incentive program to entice members of the P [...] Read more

Plan to Reduce Ranks of Military Doctors Concerns Head of Uniformed Services Medical School

by Tom Philpott | February 25, 2019
Like many military physician colleagues, Dr. Richard W. Thomas, a retired Army major general, e [...] Read more

In Effort to Curb Hazing, New Citadel President Changes ‘Fourth-Class’ Discipline System

by Paul Bowers | February 22, 2019
Change doesn’t always come easily at The Citadel, but a newly installed president has announc [...] Read more

Senate Panel Tackles Proposed Revival of ROTC

by Camille A. Aguinaldo | February 21, 2019
Senator Sherwin T. Gatchalian is seeking a unified mechanism from the Department of Defense (DN [...] Read more

Colleges Work to Do More For Veterans On Campus

by Martin C. Evans | February 19, 2019
Veterans who go to college face a host of challenges, including professors who aren't familiar [...] Read more