As a moderately healthy middle-aged man, I knew I would be one of the last to receive the vaccine, but I was curious who was going to call first, my civilian doctor or Veterans Affairs.
Olive dashed forward and grabbed the grenade. Yelling “I’ve got it,” he tucked it into his middle and moved away from the others, falling on the grenade and absorbing the full blast.
If you’re a soldier and student using your education benefits, be sure to submit your military TA requests to GoArmyEd before 11:59 p.m. Eastern time, on February 11
In circumstances not witnessed in modern times, mask-wearing former presidents, Supreme Court Justices and other guests gathered near the steps of the U.S. Capitol in front of a handful of social-distancing people to witness the inauguration of Joseph R. Biden, Jr., as the 46th President of the United States.
Why do nations still wage war against each other? In this episode, learn about the national security strategy, what issues lead to armed conflict, and the role of ethics.
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In this episode, Dr. Gary Deel talks to Joel Beam about his career as a Navy SEAL and the challenges he faced when applying his unique skillset to the corporate world.
Do law enforcement agencies incorporate too many military tactics and equipment in their policing efforts? In this episode, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks to AMU Criminal Justice program director, Dr. Chuck Russo, about the origins of the military and domestic law enforcement as well as the benefits and downfalls of ongoing collaboration and more.