Your GI Bill: 5 Facts

The GI Bill is not nearly as complicated or confusing as is rumored. From length of time you have to use it to its tax-free status, here are a few facts that you need to know. (MORE)

The Post 9/11 GI Bill

The Post 9/11 GI Bill enables our current veterans to obtain a college education or technical training on very favorable terms that include tuition, housing, books, and even t (MORE)

Fighting Sailors: John Paul Jones

Commonly known as the "Father of the U.S. Navy", John Paul Jones, Captain of the United States warship Bonhomme Richard, entered the annals of American naval history with his (MORE)

Book Review "War Comes to Garmsir"

"War Comes to Garmsir" by Carter Malkasian Oxford University Press, 2013 ISBN # 9780199973750 (MORE)

The Five Branches of the U.S. Military

There are five branches of the American military; the Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Army, and Coast Guard. (MORE)

US Allies During World War II

The United States had both major and minor allies during WW2, and all were necessary in defeating the Axis powers (MORE)

Armor: The M1 Abrams Tank

The M1 Abrams is the United States's Main Battle Tank. Introduced in 1980, it is fielded by both the Army and the Marine Corps, and is named after Gen Creighton Abrams, comman (MORE)

WW2 - Pacific Theatre - Five Facts

The Japanese sought to eliminate the United States as a strategic power in the Pacific, thereby giving Japan the ability to establish itself as the sole power in Asia. The Jap (MORE)

WW2 - EuropeanTheatre; 5 Facts

WW2 in Europe was basically Germany fighting against the United States, the British Empire, and the Soviet Union for control of the Continent. (MORE)

Book Review; "Fallujah Awakens"

"Fallujah Awakens, Marines, Sheikhs, and the Battle Against al Qaeda." By Bill Ardolino, 2013, Naval Institute Press, ISBN # 978-1-61251-128-3 (MORE)