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As a woman of color, Asha Castleberry felt isolated both in the U.S. Army and in the workforce, upon her return home.
Captain Whennah Andrews was forced to wear a wig because her dreadlocks didn’t comply with the Army’s grooming policy.
“Unfortunately, we do not have a commander in chief, right now, as much as we have a wannabe banana republic strong man."
The U.S. military thinks missiles and bombs work better with a strategy, too.
President Trump's military build-up with billions promised to the department of defense promises very little for the working military grunts.
President Trump's military build-up with billions promised to the department of defense promises very little for the working military grunts.
Retired Navy SEAL Robert Harward has been asked to replace Michael Flynn as National Security Advisor
Sikh Americans have a proud history of military service. However, since the early 1980's they have faced a ban that prevents them from serving with their beards and turbans. After fighting for many years, they have just scored a major policy victory with the U.S. Army that eases many of the restrictions on their articles of faith.
Sikh Americans have a proud history of military service. However, since the early 1980's they have faced a ban that prevents them from serving with their beards and turbans. After fighting for many years, they have just scored a major policy victory with the U.S. Army that eases many of the restrictions on their articles of faith.
Chelsea Manning, the soldier who leaked over 700,000 documents just had her 35-year sentence commuted by Obama, days before he leaves office.
Chelsea Manning, the soldier who leaked over 700,000 documents just had her 35-year sentence commuted by Obama, days before he leaves office.
Captain Grace Ajierh during the FMOC-5 held in Nairobi Kenya. Photo: UN Women/Kennedy Okoth   (From fourth Left – Right) Counsellor
"We were a band of brothers," said Clyde Romero, one of four African-American helicopter pilots who served together in Vietnam
Pakistan has a long history of hounding the dissenters. The country's military establishment -and occasionally the civilian one too- has stigmatized, ostracized and persecuted those who differed with whatever was considered the state-sponsored gospel truth at the time.
Each year the military separates between 240,000 and 360,000 service members. Here is the core problem. The great majority of these separated veterans are in no way ready to enter the civilian workforce, much less earn a high income to support their families.
By Paula Broadwell and Erika Cashin. Erika Cashin is the Founder of the Lean In Military and Lean In Women Veterans Chapters
In the last two years, Afghanistan has been facing unprecedented challenges. However, several major development projects have initiated, launched or completed. But the government has failed to deliver its promises. Thousands of Afghans died in violence.
In early September 2016, Donald Trump announced his plan for a vast expansion of the U.S. military, including 90,000 new