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Congressman: Fix Navy’s Perry-Class Frigates, Give Them to Allies
Leadership is considering pulling Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigates out of mothballs and readying them for present-day missions.
Marine Colonel on Joint Staff Busted in Prostitution Sting
by Hope Hodge Seck
A prostitution and human trafficking sting in Florida resulted in the arrest of a Marine colonel assigned to the Joint Staff.
Airman Who Went Missing in 1977 Found Living Double Life in Florida
An Airman who disappeared 40 years ago is in custody of the U.S. Air Force after he was discovered last week living in Florida.
Soldiers Like Pinks and Greens But Aren't Happy About Another Uniform
Stars and Stripes
by Leon Cook
Some soldiers like the look of proposed retro-style uniforms unveiled by the Army but say they already have too many outfits.
Air National Guard Colonel Convicted of Attempted Sex with Minor
The News Herald, Panama City, Fla.
by Zack Mcdonald
An Air National Guard colonel arrested on charges of soliciting sex from a 14-year-old-boy has been convicted in federal court.
The Arguments Behind New Tech-Track Career Paths
Every year, hundreds of technically or tactically skilled officers and non-commissioned officers, trained at great expense, lea...
Headhunters: 7 Rules of Engagement
A headhunter can be a powerful tool in your transition toolbox -- here's how to determine which one is right for you.
The Writer's Guild and Aspiring Veteran Writers
by Trevor Scott
Veterans interested in creative writing and Hollywood should consider the Writers Guild Foundations Veterans Writing Project.
Finding the Right Fit with Degrees and Careers
Looking back on his decision to attend college, former Army Ranger Scott Warren said it was a more like buying a used car.
Informational Interviewing Part 1
by Olivia Crosby, updated by Tamar Dillon, Bureau of Labor
Talking to people about their jobs is called informational interviewing, and the technique usually works very well.