Part of me wonders about scenarios being crafted now for future military students, how Russian tactics are being updated based on the invasion of Ukraine.
About Nina Semczuk
Nina Semczuk’s writing has appeared or is forthcoming in the Los Angeles Review, Sinking City, Coal Hill Review, Sledgehammer Lit, and The Line Literary Review. Before moving to Brooklyn, New York, Nina served as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Army for five years. Semczuk is an editor of the Writer’s Foundry Review and an associate teacher for Voices From War, a veterans writing workshop.
Entries by Nina Semczuk
Nina Semczuk arrived at the National Training Center in California prepared to train; she wasn’t prepared for a fellow soldier to die.
Nina Semczuk struggled to walk the line between being “that guy” and a pushover when she became a new officer. One private’s lunch paid the price.
Nina Semczuk oversaw 25 soldiers and all the human mess that goes along with that. But would a civilian executive see the value in her experience?