by Timothy Bakken
Military leadership has inculcated a self-serving culture of loyalty that prevents a long-overdue reckoning with its failures.
SOURCE: The Chronicle of Higher Education
by Peggy O’Donnell
Peggy O’Donnell taught history at West Point for a year. She says the sexism was “glaring."
by William J. Astore
The Shared Failings of America’s Military Academies and Senior Officers
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- June Willenz, Champion of Women in the Military, Dies at 95
- Remembering Ray Eurquhart, a Lifelong Activist Radicalized in the Military
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