My daughters have never met Arizona Governor Jan Brewer — and it’s likely they have never even heard her name.
The women in combat issue has reared its head again with the recent lawsuit filed on behalf of four female military personnel by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Service Women’s Action Network (SWAN).
The suit …
I have dense breasts, a physiological fact that was neither here nor there until July 25.
TINIAN — U.S. Marines unloaded equipment from a chartered Boeing 747 at Tinian’s international airport this week at the start of a major aviation exercise in the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas.
The aircraft is the …
The only town in Mississippi’s George County is about to find out whether its Head Start center will get more federal funding or have to shut down
Soldiers with the U.S. Army’s 1st Infantry Division, observe the impact of artillery rounds fired from an Afghan D-30 howitzer during training with Afghan troops in eastern Afghanistan, Nov. 21.
Here at Battleland, we marvel at the military world in all its crazy glory. One of its elements that seems to have gotten a lot of attention in recent years is the growing use of dogs to perform various martial missions, ranging …
Ortley Beach and the barrier islands of the Jersey Shore were at the epicenter of the storm — and it is a long way before they bounce back
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Army Specialist Richard Burton of Athens, Ga., a UH-60 Black Hawk crew chief, provides security over Kandahar province, Nov. 26.
Community colleges have long played a key role as an entryway to better career opportunities for adults in the workforce.