During her military career, she felt alone. As a Black woman. An officer. As a survivor of sexual assaults. Alone to battle mental illness.
https://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Salute-web.jpg626960Michelle Gradnigohttps://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/NEW-War-Horse-logo-no-tagline-405x160-1.pngMichelle Gradnigo2021-07-28 08:23:402021-08-03 11:08:08Taking Unresponsive Leadership To Task as a Black Woman Army Officer
“My West Point siblings are neither convenient scapegoats nor two-dimensional nerd-warriors. They are first and foremost my siblings.”
https://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Community-relations-web.jpg14022100Joel Cuthbertsonhttps://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/NEW-War-Horse-logo-no-tagline-405x160-1.pngJoel Cuthbertson2021-07-14 08:44:592021-07-14 08:44:59Are Service Members Heroes, Victims, or Villains? You decide.
Six months after a soldier returned from Iraq, his nightmares of being shot ended after he heard that others were wounded and killed in the same alley.
https://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/OIFhmmwv-web.jpg402604Tom Smoothttps://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/NEW-War-Horse-logo-no-tagline-405x160-1.pngTom Smoot2021-07-07 08:59:582021-07-07 08:59:58Excuses and a Recurring Nightmare, Brought to an End by Medals and Heroism
“Memories of Sam’s death haunted me for decades,” writes a former Army public affairs officer about the death of a journalist during the Vietnam War.
https://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/01_Night-patrol-briefing_smooth-web.jpg11432100Marvin J. Wolfhttps://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/NEW-War-Horse-logo-no-tagline-405x160-1.pngMarvin J. Wolf2021-06-30 09:01:512021-06-30 09:01:51Remembering Journalist Sam Castan and His Deadly Ride with Crazy Horse