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  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 23 days ago
    Reason First: Why is Sexual Misconduct on the Rise at Military Academies?

    Reason First: Why is Sexual Misconduct on the Rise at Military Academies?

    The amount of sexual assaults and unwanted advances should be nil around the world. Especially, these ill actions ought to cease on military installations. And an even more focused amount of scrutiny ought to be placed on military academies. With numbers of reports that surpass the double digits for women and a little over two percent in men, these numbers ought to be knocked down and eliminated. But why is this disparity so prevalent? Why do women report more cases of sexual abuse than men? Why are the men either reporting less or experiencing it less altogether? The answer may lie in male-female relations and the fact that women remain a minority amongst their counterparts in training for the United States Armed Forces.
  • Tonia D Morrissette
    Published 29 days ago
    Tour in Iraq

    Tour in Iraq

    I joinined the military again at age 38, I had to go through basic training again because it had just been under 10 years since I was in. I went through the combat medic course which is a lot tougher then a lot of the other MOS s. Because you have to be able to carry a soldier off the battle furies if their hurt.
  • Subham Das
    Published 3 months ago
    Potential Terrorist

    Potential Terrorist

    "Safeties off, lads."
  • Casey Keller
    Published 4 months ago
    How I Became an Army Ranger Sniper

    How I Became an Army Ranger Sniper

    It was a hot summer that year, 110 degrees in the shade. We were doing training exercises in South Carolina. Digging foxholes, setting up our tents, and making sure our battle ready laser tag systems were on. Four battalions getting ready for war for and with each other. I get my foxhole ready, my tent is up, and I'm bored. What's a soldier to do?
  • Mia Morales
    Published 6 months ago
    Why the Military Needs Cyber Security

    Why the Military Needs Cyber Security

    With how much information we pass around online, it is pertinent to secure, monitor, and traffic who has the ability to access sensitive information. Therefore, it is a wise idea for the military to utilize a network traffic analyzer to better protect top secret, private, or highly sensitive material online. This is easily done by utilizing a program or individual to monitor the flow of the network. This service allows for the ability to track devices, see what people are looking at online, and take into account how much bandwidth each device is using.
  • Jennifer White
    Published 7 months ago
    5 Challenges Females May Face in the Army

    5 Challenges Females May Face in the Army

    When I first joined the Army, I had very few ideas about what to expect. While I’m not the first in my family to enter the military, I am the first female. On top of this, the family that I did know who entered the military, went Navy, so obviously I couldn’t draw from their experiences.
  • Anita Powell
    Published 8 months ago
    Women in the Military
  • Vagabond Bundy
    Published 8 months ago
    Sh!tting Tactically 101

    Sh!tting Tactically 101

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  • James Killmer
    Published 9 months ago
    The Combat Glider

    The Combat Glider

    During the Second World War, many aircrafts, such as the P-38 Lightning, P-51 Mustang, F4U Corsair, British Spitfire, B-17 Flying Fortress, the German Messerschmitt, and the Japanese Zero were deployed into action. There was another type of aircraft used in World War II, and even though it was not prominent, it did play an important role in the war. This aircraft was the combat glider.
  • Tim Brooks
    Published 9 months ago
    Kicking Pennies in the Rain

    Kicking Pennies in the Rain

    The Corps probably has—it probably had long before I’d gotten there, too—I don’t know what punishments the cadets inflict upon themselves today, but in 2002 the approved method of masochism were area tours, colloquially referred to as “walking hours.” An Area Tour was the most common punishment for both minor and major infractions; the severity of punishment rose in accordance with the egregiousness of the crime. The punishment was to spend time, reflecting on your misdeeds, walking back and forth across the center of the campus. You hefted your rifle upon your shoulder, walked about one hundred paces, switched shoulders, faced about, and repeated the exercise for as many hours as your sins warranted. Being late to class garnered you five hours or so, or missing formation ten, or something like that (it seemed arbitrary to me at the time).
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 9 months ago
    Memorial Day: A Misunderstood Federal Holiday

    Memorial Day: A Misunderstood Federal Holiday

    People have no problem celebrating Memorial Day, which falls on the last Monday in May every year. If you ask ten people what the federal holiday is all about, sadly nine of them will give you the wrong answer, incomplete answers, or no answer at all. Let's set the record straight with the right answers about Memorial Day.
  • Simon Mcbride
    Published 11 months ago
    Blood and Mud