VETERANS DAY 2022

Veterans Day is worth celebrating – READ MORE On Veterans Day, Reflect on Why America Is Worth Fighting For How This Air Force Veteran Gives Back to Fellow Veterans . *History of Veterans Day . *Veterans Day “In test & trial, we instinctively turn to God for courage”-Eisenhower – American Minute with Bill Federer . … More VETERANS DAY 2022

America’s Military Strength Is Declining / Transforming the Air Force Academy / Military’s ‘religious exemption’ to vax

America’s Military Strength Is Declining. Here’s How to Fix It. The U.S. military “is at growing risk of not being able to meet the demands of defending America’s vital national interests,” according to a new report from The Heritage Foundation. READ MORE > > > Activist Generals Are Transforming the Air Force Academy The Military’s … More America’s Military Strength Is Declining / Transforming the Air Force Academy / Military’s ‘religious exemption’ to vax

Army doctor tried to give military medical info to Russia, feds say

By Jonathan Lehrfeld / Sep 29, 02:08 PM A U.S. military doctor — who previously made headlines as the first known active duty Army officer to come out as transgender — and their spouse were federally indicted in Maryland on Wednesday for attempting to pass sensitive medical information about members of the military to a person who they believed worked for … More Army doctor tried to give military medical info to Russia, feds say

Americans’ Perspective on Veterans’ Issues

Mission Roll Call recently commissioned Pinkston to conduct a research survey on Americans’ attitudes regarding a range of veterans’ issues. Taking responses from a nationally representative sample of nearly 2,000 U.S. adults, questions addressed perceptions of veterans’ contribution to the community, what should be included in veterans benefits, care for veterans facing physical and mental health challenges, … More Americans’ Perspective on Veterans’ Issues

Veteran’s suicide rate may be double federal estimates, a study suggests

If those figures were to be repeated across the other states, it would push the veteran’s suicide rate from about 17 individuals a day (the official estimate released by the Department of Veterans Affairs last year) to 44 veterans a day. The rate of suicide among veterans may be more than double what federal officials report annually because … More Veteran’s suicide rate may be double federal estimates, a study suggests

Test scores drop, disqualification rates rise at Army recruiting shops

By Todd South The Army’s second-in-command for all things training said Thursday that the service saw a 10% drop in aptitude test scores during the pandemic, and that dipped further to 13% this year. Other Army data showed that up to 70% of potential recruits interested in Army service are disqualified in the first 48 hours due … More Test scores drop, disqualification rates rise at Army recruiting shops