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military

Battle at home
Published Fall 2020
Facing frequent moves, prolonged family separation, and scattered medical records, military spouses and children face unique risk factors for mental illness / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Politics
Veering toward a civilian-military crisis
Published June 30, 2020
SAIS panelists weigh in on strained civilian-military relations and the risk that domestic politics may damage the perception that U.S. Armed Forces are apolitical
Foreign policy
Lessons learned on and off the battlefield
Published Sept 29, 2017
David Petraeus, the retired four-star general who commanded coalition forces during the military surge in Iraq, speaks at SAIS
Deployed for compassion
Published Fall 2017
Alum William McNulty, a former U.S. Marine intelligence officer, helped found the world's first aid organization to recruit, train, and deploy military veterans for disaster relief / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Sit rep
Published Summer 2017
A deep-dive into Eliot Cohen's 'thoughtful, carefully reasoned' book, 'The Big Stick' / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Emerging tech
Virtual reality goggles help kids understand prosthetics
Published May 26, 2017
The children of servicemen and women get a crash course in prosthetics in new APL program at Walter Reed medical center
Beyond the call of duty
Alum receives valor award from U.S. Air Force
Published Feb 23, 2017
Greg Gangnuss risked his life to save others during a helicopter accident in Afghanistan in 2015
Undergraduate research
Breathing easier
Published July 27, 2016 Video
Student team designs device that could help reduce deaths from battlefield injuries that block breathing
History
Hitler's last gamble
Published Nov 12, 2015
Military historian Antony Beevor details one of WWII's bloodiest battles, the Battle of the Bulge
Shared values
Published Nov 11, 2015
Carey Business School students, instructors with military backgrounds discuss the benefits of a business education