Members of the military who are pregnant lack options when it comes to giving birth. That might be changing, but challenges persist.
War brings about all sorts of emotions. The darkest ones get never-ending attention. Yet this was the happiest day of my life.
Confederate monuments across the U.S. have been relocated or toppled in recent years, but those at Veterans Affairs national cemeteries remain.
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Tenley Lozano, a disabled female Veteran, describes the stereotypes and daily traumas of her service – sexual harassment, chronic migraines and PTS.
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A former soldier reflects on the differences between veterans who deployed to combat and those who didn’t. “Taps will rip out your heart every time.”
Adrian Bonenberger served as an Army infantry officer in Afghanistan. He draws parallels between his own service in Afghanistan and wars of yesteryear – the Cold War and Operation Desert Storm.
Declining access to birth control services and education at boot camp are linked to increased birth rates in the first two years of military service.
It’s not easy to start over in a new place, and few people understand this better than a military spouse.
Is the Marine Corps taking the Covid-19 pandemic seriously enough?
The pool of Americans eligible to serve dropped to just 23% in 2023. Thousands of eligible applicants are ruled out solely for psychological diagnoses.
“That’s what made them sick.” Scientists say toxic exposures and anti-nerve agent pills, paired with DEET, poisoned veterans during the Gulf War.
I didn’t want to unduly burden my family. Journalizing late into my evenings helped me to occasionally relax and release some stress.
Since World War II, the military has poisoned countless service members through toxic exposures and secret testing.
Rather than push reform, the Marine Corps closes ranks, girds up to protect a culture that is, itself, its legal system’s worst enemy.