The Wounded Warrior Project's annual survey of its members shows there's still a need for veterans care during a pandemic, But there have also been successes in the last year, says the author of this commentary.
“The Spymaster of Baghdad: A True Story of Bravery, Family, and Patriotism in the Battle against ISIS” is the dramatic yet intimate account of how a covert Iraqi intelligence unit called “the Falcons” came together against all odds to defeat ISIS.
There should be a fully resourced information operations branch dedicated to grooming personnel who have a comprehensive understanding of how to shape the information environment, says the author of this commentary.
“The Saint I Ain’t: Stories from Sycamore Street” by Air Force veteran and film composer Bobby Johnston, is an inflammatory coming of age elegy chronicled through short stories set in 1970s Rust Belt America.
Further politicization of appointments could lead to a Pentagon that games appointments in the fourth year of an administration or selects separate slates of general officers according to the anticipated preferences of the winning candidate.
The poignant letters and diaries collected for "Till Victory" reveal the hopes, doubts and fears of about 50 Allied troops during World War II. In this excerpt, we learn about Leo Brown of the 359th Infantry Regiment, 90th Infantry Division.