Military Education - Diverse Military

71% of Young People Are Ineligible For The Military — And Most Careers, Too

by Kim Strong | May 20, 2019
The numbers are staggering: Seventy-one percent of young people are ineligible to join the mil [...] Read more

University of Hawaii Applied Research Lab Gets $77M for Military Work

by William Cole | May 20, 2019
The Navy has awarded the University of Hawaii a contract worth up to $77 million over five year [...] Read more

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

Clovis Students Who Chose Military Service Over College Honored at Annual Dinner

by | May 05, 2019
Clovis Unified students going on to join the armed forces after graduation were celebrated Wedn [...] Read more

Camden Military Academy Celebrates 60 Years

by Camden Military Academy | April 28, 2019
Camden Military Academy (CMA), the official military academy of South Carolina, will celebrate [...] 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

UT Austin Freshman Claims He Lost AROTC Scholarship As Result of Transgender Military Ban

by Monica Levitan | April 19, 2019
University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) freshman Map Pesqueira claims he lost his three-year [...] Read more

Are The Schools That Get The Most GI Bill Money Spending The Least on Teaching?

by Joshua Axelrod | April 19, 2019
Some of the schools that receive the most Post-9/11 GI Bill money spend the least on teaching s [...] Read more