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The decision, by a 4-1 vote, includes a mandate to evaluate the program after a year, a requirement made by board member Randy Enos in return for his yes vote...There will be more opportunities to be mentally and physically challenged and to serve my
mostly from antiwar activists and military skeptics -- was anything but supportive. About 15 speakers, backed by a larger group in the audience, skewered the idea that was proposed by De Anza Principal Bob Evans and endorsed by the board at its Feb.
Campus administrators reacted with quiet and not so quiet outrage at the suddenness with which the cuts were announced as well as the cuts themselves...We don't know exactly what that means now and what we'll have to do to get off of it, but
Army's Reserve Officers' Training Corps at Columbus State University was forced to furlough four of its 12 staff members as more than 800,000 federal employees were put on temporary unpaid leave this week, when Congress failed to agree on a budget...
It said the current setup under National Service Training Program Act of 2001 has been insufficient in instilling the values of discipline and patriotism required of every citizen...The group also said that "geopolitical developments in the Asia
But after a more than 40-year hiatus, the Reserve Officers Training Corps are back at the City University of New York with a pilot program at York College. The 24-credit military science track was announced Thursday at the Jamaica school. There's a [
The color guard snapped to attention as the students, all dressed in military uniforms, fell silent. Members of the Passaic High School marching band raised their instruments, all eyes locked on leader Chris Rusca as they waited for the cue.
Army enlistee D'Anna Hunter joined the service right out of high school, but saw during a Kuwait deployment she could become an officer and get a college degree, too. Dustin Brown wants to fly Apache helicopters, and Matt Davis wants to be a dentist.
The lonely warble of Taps floated across the courtyard, as flags at half-mast fluttered, and people in uniform and out wiped their eyes. It's very emotional," said Jim Montgomery, class of 1962, who returns for EKU's Veterans Day celebration every
The Washington Post A National Guardsman who lost his job as a civilian contractor when it was in-sourced by the Army while he was serving in Iraq has received a settlement that attorneys say breaks new ground in the government's employment