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Mississippi State University’s Army ROTC Creates Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Deceased Cadet
Mississippi State University’s Army ROTC program is creating an endowed scholarship in honor of Cadet Colby Marlow, a student who died in 2021.
January 27, 2023
Cruz and Banks Introduce Legislation to Assist Military Families with Child Education
Republican lawmakers Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Jim Banks have introduced legislation for a process for military families to establish savings accounts to help support child education.
January 26, 2023
60 JROTC Instructors Accused of Sexual Misconduct in Past Five Years
Sixty JROTC instructors were accused of sexual misconduct against high school cadets in the past five years, according to a recent congressional report.
November 17, 2022
2023 National Defense Authorization Act Receives Potential Amendments Regarding Contract Modification and Wildfire Responses
U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer has secured several amendments having to do with contracts, space technology, and aircraft, in the most recent National Defense Authorization Act.
October 21, 2022
Biden Administration Releases National Security Strategy, Plans to Strengthen Military Through Inclusion and Reinforce Nuclear Arsenal
The Biden administration described plans to reinforce the U.S.’s nuclear arsenal, strengthen alliances, and maintaining a strong military through inclusive methods.
October 14, 2022
Founder of UTSA Office of Veteran and Military Affairs Appointed to Inaugural Defense Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusion
U.S. Air Force veteran Lisa Carrington Firmin, founder of the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs at the University of Texas at San Antonio, has been appointed to the inaugural Defense Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusion.
September 30, 2022
Virginia Governor Puts Focus on Military and Veterans
Virginia’s governor Glenn Youngkin signed 23 bills highlighting the priorities of Virginia’s military and veteran community.
May 22, 2022
Military Student Sues Armed Forces Over HIV Policy
A military college student said in a lawsuit filed Thursday that armed services officials deemed him unfit for service because he tested positive for HIV.
May 8, 2022
Virginia Military Institute Faces Lawsuit
A lawsuit has been filed against the Virginia Military Institute and the VMI Board of Visitors, claiming that the military college has violated Governor Glenn Youngkin’s policies that prohibit divisive training.
April 9, 2022
American Public University System Partners with U.S. Cyber Command to Help Strengthen the Country's Cybersecurity Operations
American Public University System (APUS) is partnering with the U.S. Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) to help strengthen the country's cybersecurity posture.
April 3, 2022
Study Points to how Discrimination in Military Towns Impact Service Members of Color
A new study reveals that almost a third of the military families surveyed said they had turned down duty assignments over concerns about the racial climate at the new installation — even though they knew it could hurt their careers.
March 13, 2022
Proposed Bill Would Help Veterans With Illnesses Stemming From Toxic Exposure During Service
The U.S. House of Representatives will vote next week on legislation that would make it easier for post-9/11 veterans exposed to toxic battlefield pollutants to receive health care and disability payments, reports military.com.
February 25, 2022
U.S. House Passes Partisan Bill Meant to Boost Global Competitiveness with China
In an effort to counter China's growing economic influence, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill designed to boost America's global competitiveness within manufacturing and scientific research.
February 11, 2022
Advancing West Virginia Bill Exempts Military from Free Tuition Community Service Requirement
Members of the West Virginia National Guard and other military branches may soon be exempt from a small community service requirement within the state’s tuition-free community college program.
February 4, 2022
$21M from Army and USDA to Help Assess Family Maltreatment Cases in the Military
Researchers at New York University’s College of Dentistry have received an estimated $21 million in federal funding the U.S. Army and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
January 9, 2022
Student Vets Taking Remote Courses Can Keep Full GI Housing Benefits Through Summer
Student veterans taking remote classes due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic can maintain their full GI Bill housing benefits — which were set to expire in December — until next summer, according to plans finalized by Congress.
December 29, 2021
Center for Responsible Lending Expresses Support for Capping Interest Rates on Consumer Loans at 36%
The Center for Responsible Lending (CRL) expressed support for a bipartisan bill that would limit the interest rate on consumer loans to no more than 36% Annual Percentage Rate (APR), if passed.
November 18, 2021
Syracuse University Awarded New $5 Million Federal Grant to Assist Small Businesses
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced that Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) was selected as part of Biden-Harris administration’s $100 million Community Navigator Pilot Program.
October 29, 2021
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