"You can be the next god of the barracks!"
The Huffington Post visited a recruitment center in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, to find out who wanted to join the armed forces in 2015 and why.
The JROTC program, still spreading in high schools across the country, costs U.S. taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars annually. It has cost some unknown number of taxpayers their children.
Threats continue to grow around the globe and our nation depends on a high-speed, low-drag, fighting force. Now is not the time to shrink our tactical operators who serve in the Armed Forces. Unfortunately, if benefits continue to diminish, that's exactly what will happen.
While some with critical skills such as prominent activist Dan Choi, an Arab linguist ousted for being gay, may have an easier
Cornyn said he supports the ideas behind the bill, but cannot vote for a bill that provides "amnesty" without enforcement
Obama's potential Supreme Court pick banned military recruiting at Harvard Law. Peter Beinart on how that stance has damaged
Under persistent questioning by Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, she declined to say how she felt personally about the right
Memorial Day is not a time for politics, but it is a time for remembering that military service is not about acquiring marketable skills, but about defending our country.
The strain of fulfilling enlistment quotas necessary to carry out sustained U.S. military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan has led to a rise in aggressive recruitment tactics and misconduct by recruiters.