Futuristic training, the kind of immersive simulations seen in sci-fi TV shows, is no longer a fictional dream. It’s almost here. Continue reading How VR is Helping Train the U.S. Military
Commemorative programming highlighted by special ceremony, student programs and Meet the Author lectures discussing the significance of this historical event. Continue reading The National WWII Museum Commemorates Pearl Harbor 80th Anniversary
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Bob Dole, the longtime lawmaker who overcame life-threatening injuries during World War II to become a shepherd of the Republican Party, died in his sleep Sunday at the age of 98. Continue reading Bob Dole, WWII hero and former Republican presidential candidate, dies at 98
On March 30, 2022, the National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA), the principal and most progressive organization dedicated to the advancement of black public leadership in local and state governments, will host its Annual Forum Continue reading Military Veteran Finds Passion in Public Service: Meet NFBPA’s Demetrius Payton
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Veteran-specific services remain in high demand. Despite an abundance of patriotic Americans and well-meaning nonprofits, the reality is this Continue reading A Tale of Two Nonprofits: How Veteran-Focused Organizations Collaborate to Serve Heroes in Need
A passenger-filled sedan rolls violently against a dirt median, abruptly halts on its roof and blocks oncoming traffic on the interstate. Master Sgt. Shale Norwitz’s duty to protect and serve kicks in. Continue reading Raising Awareness of Neurodiversity in the Military
A Marine couple in Jacksonville, North Carolina, learned on national television that their new house had been fully paid off. Mario and Amy Perez both served in the Marine Corps for more than a decade, deploying multiple times and serving America with honor. Continue reading Retired Marine heroes get mortgage paid off in full for brand new North Carolina home
The last military planes have left Kabul and the evacuation operation is over, Marine Corps Gen. Frank McKenzie, commander of U.S. Central Command, told Pentagon reporters Continue reading The End of America’s Longest War
As a country, we celebrate Veterans Day every November 11 to honor those who courageously served in our Armed Forces. We honor our combat veterans still living from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, Desert Storm, Operations Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom and Inherent Resolve. Continue reading Veterans Day Freebies and Discounts for 2021!
Military history aficionados, it’s time to get giddy. One of the most extraordinary deceptions of the Second World War, Operation MINCEMEAT, is coming to the big screen.
Continue reading Colin Firth to star as MI5 agent in WWII movie ‘Operation Mincemeat’