As Air Force Commander of the 305th Operations Support Squadron at McGuire Air Force Base, Lt. Col. Jannell MacAulay focused on mindfulness and compassion. She handed the baton to Lt. Col. Michele Lobianco, who brought her own style, dialing in on self-actualization and love for her airmen. Using their own distinctive approaches, they are changing the face and the meaning of a commander. And military leadership may never be the same.
RENO, Nev (KOLO) There has been no mandatory draft since 1973.
They take their lives 2.5 times more often than civilian women
Good news about military suicides is always a double-edged sword. In our never-ending search for “why,” we ponder why male Veterans kill themselves at double the rate of their female peers, according to a recent accounting from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Maybe there’s a clue there we can apply to the guys.
For decades, Navy Veteran Leslie Sanchez suppressed traumatic memories of an incident that harmed her early in her military career.
A female Marine will get a second crack at Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command in January.
In the 10 months since the Army implemented an occupational fitness test for potential recruits, injury and drop-out rates are down at basic training, officials said.
A national memorial to military women is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — Right next to Arlington National Cemetery, which draws about 4 million visitors a year, is a national memorial to military women.
Sarah Bishop was not registered for the 42nd Marine Corps Marathon when she visited its website nine days ago. After finding a phone number, listening to menu options and pressing five for customer service, she waited on hold. When business manager Jim Jackson answered the phone, Bishop pleaded her case.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims issued a decision last month that could make it easier for Veterans with injuries to the back, neck, and joints to obtain higher disability ratings, even in cases where Veterans are already receiving disability benefits for such injuries.
Between November 2016 and May 2017, Jonathan Fruchter, a 37-year-old Navy Veteran, was receiving care at a post-traumatic stress disorder inpatient clinic with the Lyons New Jersey VA Medical Center. He spent his days in meetings that started with a check-in meeting every morning at 8 a.m., then briefly break before group therapy sessions at 9 and 10 a.m. and again at 1 and 2 p.m.