USMilitary.com Network is always looking for talented writers with passion and pride for the men and women that serve our great country in the armed forces. Whether you’re a fan, soldier, spouse or anything in between. If you’d like to write a guest post or have a story idea or tip for us, we’d love to hear from you. Here’s what we are looking for: Great … [Read more...] about USMilitary.com Network Searching For Talented Writers
There are a few different factors to consider if you want to know which military branch sees the most combat. Technically, it's going to be the US Army, but that's just by the numbers. Military Branches by the Numbers In total, there are 1,359,685 active duty personnel in the United States armed services, and 799,845 in reserve in a recent year. In the US Army … [Read more...] about What Military Branch Sees the Most Combat?
It takes a special type of person to go into healthcare in the military. You have to be willing to help people and you have to have an urge to serve your country. If you're considering joining the military as a way to pay for college, get career training or to get a career, healthcare may be the answer. The healthcare field has been growing faster than many other job fields … [Read more...] about Why You Should Go into Healthcare in the Military
Know the Students Children from US military families, also known as “blue star kids”, can have a very mobile upbringing. This can make it difficult for them to make friends and get adjusted to a new learning environment. The faculty and students can make transitioning into a new school much easier by getting to know the students and allowing for a few key … [Read more...] about School Plays an Important Role for the Children of US Military Families
WASHINGTON (Defense.gov) -- The Navy announced a phased plan for resuming official travel and transfers as well as allowing local commanders greater leeway in granting personal leave and liberty. The message, released June 12, follows the Secretary of Defense May 22 memo outlining the transition to a conditions-based, phased approach, to COVID-19 personnel movement and … [Read more...] about Navy Announces Plans To Phase Out COVID Restrictions