Coast Guard leads Cold Water Ice Diving Training in Minnesota
AER extends grants to soldiers making transition to civilian sector
The threat is real
My latest article is a quick read featuring the push for modernization in all gear-ranging from pistols and trucks, to space electromagnetic warfare capabilities.
A former soldier who works as a financial advisor gives great advice and recommends military spouses be an active part of military transition planning:
Former prison with a tumultuous past, the Workhouse Arts Center now serves the community and hosts the Workhouse Military in the Arts Initiative.
“We are all humans, and we serve to protect national security,” Dane said. “And groups like ours help attract quality soldiers and keep soldiers, therefore making a better military.”
There are “burgeoning, powerful, and persistent threats that can kill our economy faster than a virus,” said Air Force veteran and STEM advocate, Mike Cullen
Okechukwu’s mother filled the family home in Dallas, Texas with church song—the genesis of his aspirations as a musician, educator, and future officer in the Army Band.
“Things worth having are earned, not given.” Michigan state director Michael Gillum