10 years after ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell,’ a new world for LGBTQ servicemembers
Wiskowski, an officer in the U.S. Air Force Reserve at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, served four tours overseas during her 20 years in the military. She now lives in Montgomery County and works as a senior manager at Comcast NBCUniversal. She credits the end of “Don’t ask, don’t tell,” with allowing her to “be a better and more present leader, as I can fully integrate my civilian and military lives.”
A new class at U.S. Army War College must meet the challenges of a changing world | Opinion
Prepare yourself for the uncertain future. Our nations are counting on you.
We’re Pa. veterans: U.S. Rep. Scott Perry puts loyalty to Trump ahead of service members, vets
Perry has made clear that when faced with the choice between duty and political self-interest, he will pick himself every time.
Why did Sen. Doug Mastriano water down a resolution honoring military sexual assault survivors? | Aryanna Hunter
Language intended to hold the U.S. Dept. of Defense responsible for failing to deal with sexual abuse was left on the cutting room floor. Why?
Women are patriots who serve. The VA’s motto needs to reflect that. Right now, it doesn’t | Aryanna Hunter
When women show up at the VA they are not only greeted with a sign that doesn’t include them they are often harassed instead of helped.
American service members are patriots not props. Politicians forget that at their peril | Aryanna Hunter
I fully expect to see politicians locally and nationally utilize members of our community as political props to further their standing within the military and veteran community.