OPINION: Enough About ‘Not Picking Sides.’ The Only Right Position is Against White Supremacy and Extremism
“The Academy’s lack of a strong rejection of the insurrection is, in effect, a political stance, one which undermines trust as well as good order and discipline within the ranks and the graduate community. Additionally, many of us, as service members of color and our allies, feel the insurrection was not only an assault on American democracy but on the value of all as equal citizens in this country. We saw our government nearly overthrown after an election victory brought about, in large part, by people of color,” writes Esteban Castellanos, is a 2003 graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and member of the Air Force Reserve, and 11 other USAFA graduate co-signers.
Approximately 800 Department of Defense employees and members of the military community who received COVID-19 vaccines at Fort George G. Meade on two days this month will likely need to get a third dose after officials discovered some Moderna vaccine vials were improperly stored.
The Transport Layer will form a 'mesh network' of communications/data relay satellites, linking all DOD command and control networks, to enable JADC2.
The cost of the F-35′s engine is set to increase by 3 percent due to Turkey’s removal from the program in 2019, the head of Pratt & Whitney’s military engines division said.
The NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency is accepting proposals for its first-ever Space Pitch Day, in partnership with the NATO Space Centre located in Allied Air Command (AIRCOM).
Almost all of us experienced Ernest Hemingway’s stories in high school English class. He’s still considered one of the greatest authors of the 20th century, and Hemingway made sure he had plenty of real-life adventures to fuel his writing.