73 cadets violated the honor code while taking an exam remotely.
A slight variant of the uniform from World War II and Korea is coming to a soldier near you.
Just how far should White House staffers and civil servants go in protecting the public from an erratic president?
Ben Carson displays incoherence and ignorance on foreign policy issues that disqualify him from being considered a serious candidate for President of the United States.
Ben Carson’s campaign now admits that he fabricated a key portion of his biography.
Lee Siegel takes to the NYT to explain “Why I Defaulted on My Student Loans.”
West Point graduates account for nearly one in fifty deaths in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Air Force will now allow pregnant women and single parents to join.
Megan Welter served as a Signal Corps officer in the Iraq War. Now, she’s an Arizona Cardinals cheerleader.
Two thirds of us are overweight but we still think fat people are pigs.
Greg Jaffe has an outstanding feature titled “In one Army family, women in combat evokes two different perspectives.”
An Atlantic story on veterans returning to college is both poignant and miscast.
Justin Strine spent part of the summer in jail for violent mayhem but doesn’t understand why he’s unfit to be an Army officer.
Some Marine women are going to Infantry Officers Course. Here’s how to make it work.
The old have most of the money and power in our society, a trend that is accelerating.
American has real economic and social problems. But the solution in on Capitol Hill, not Wall Street.
Marcia Anderson has become the first African American woman to be promoted to a two star general in the US Army.
A new study shows that college students who take late classes drink more alcohol.
Commander Dave Koss, the head of the Navy’s Blue Angels, has “voluntarily” resigned after repeated unsafe maneuvers.
It may be time to change rules keeping women out of combat roles. But “fairness” isn’t the right question.
John P. Wheeler III, chairman of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund during the Ronald Reagan era, has been murdered.
The repeal of DADT has resulted in some odd claims being made.
The repeal of DADT may open the doors for ROTC to return to many elite institutions, if cost doesn’t get in the way.
The archaic practice of calling one’s seniors by titles rather than their first name is actually quite useful.
Thomas Ricks laments that the combination of the all-volunteer military and lower top marginal rates mean that the wealthy have “checked out of America and moved into physical and mental gated communities.” To solve this problem, he proposed bringing back the draft.
The Army and its officer corps are becoming increasingly Southern and rural. Is this a bad thing? If so, what can we do about it?
Can a public university expel a student for a religiously-motivated aversion to homosexuality?
Rural whites are outperformed by Jews and Asians and passed over by blacks and Hispanics in the name of “diversity” by elite universities.
America may be the land of opportunity but it helps to have a head start in the rat race.