Americans have favorable opinions of NATO and Ukraine, but view Russia as an enemy: survey
The majority of Americans, 64%, see Russia as an adversary rather than…
Survey explores public opinion about the U.S. military exit from Afghanistan
New survey explores the American president's role in helping to perpetrate the…
Mental health risk greater for combat veterans injured during deployment
Over 1,100 male veterans from the ADVANCE study were included.
Study claims improved mental health of Black and Hispanic veterans during Obama administration
The study probed how military veterans were affected by the 44th president's…
High-ranking military personnel are more likely than lower ranks to find quality jobs in civilian life
The findings were presented on August 25, 2021.
Many Americans believe in intelligent life outside of Earth but no threat to national security: survey
The survey was conducted by the Pew Research Center.
Focusing on biases may improve desired career plans of military veterans
The study was conducted at Duke University.
Study finds departure from military doubles following exposure to sexual assault
The report was released by the Rand Corporation.
How intervention programs help reduce sexual violence in the US Air Force Academy
The study was written by Kenneth Griffin, Christopher Williams, Wendy Travis, and…
Researchers show why mental illness risk is higher among former military personnel
Researchers at the University of Liverpool scoured through the data of almost…
Study shows how deployment impacts psychological changes in military veterans
According to MSU researchers, the majority of the soldiers examined exhibited highly…
More than 50% of Americans don’t know the true purpose of Memorial Day
More than half of Americans have no idea what the meaning is…