An investigation into domestic violence in the military.
Abused military wives are often told to stay quiet about what happens at home. We talked to a dozen who feel they no longer can.
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.
I recently read a story which painted a rather dismal picture of what it is like to be a military spouse. The author is a
Veterans Day seems the right time to educate and inform the American people about who we are by refuting the myths about what veterans and military families are not. We simply cannot afford to allow the sea of goodwill for our veterans turn into an ocean of apathy.
Most of us still remember Operation "Just Cause," the December 1989 invasion of Panama ordered by President George H. W. Bush.
After a preliminary autopsy, the Honolulu Medical Examiner ruled the death a homicide. The Army Criminal Investigation Command
"When diverse people contribute to the design, dissemination, and promotion of service and products, they help create and
We're willing to watch movies like Twelve Years a Slave to try to imagine that experience, willing to read books about being young wizards and let our imaginations take us into that world -- why can we not do the same for troops and veterans?
Finding Hope Amid Devastating Loss: A Military Widow Who Lost Her Marine to Suicide Shares Her Story
While most military deaths are traumatic and violent in nature, suicide poses special issues that the parents, spouses, children, siblings and other family members must grapple with. It's extremely important that we get these families into bereavement care and support following a death.