3 Ways To Boost Courage During Your Job Hunt
"I keep reading that if I only chase my dreams, the job will just appear," Sarah said. "That's not happening for me."
How to Get a Job on Base
Stability, location and a variety of professional options make jobs on base extremely covetable, but they are not easy to get...
Fix Your Online Profile And Get That Interview
Want to lose the interest of the hiring manager you're trying to impress? Apply to that job with a boring or incomplete profi...
Borrow a Local Address for Your Next Job Search
Are you getting turned down for jobs just because you are applying from a different state?
How to Workshop Your Resume
"I don't know what's wrong with my resume. I've stared at it too long. But I know it needs help." Sound familiar?
5 Steps to Help Military Spouse Friend Get a Job
A military spouse is asking for help vetting her resume or finding a job. Here's what to do.
Real Spouse Employment: Elementary Teacher
Alissa is a Marine Corps spouse who fought hard to hang on to her career as a teacher through three moves in four years.
How to Get an Online Job
Finding jobs to do online is like landing the Holy Grail. But we know how to get an online job. Read more.
Stay-At-Home Mom? How to Fix Your Resume
No one needs to tell a stay-at-home parent how much work she does. But she may need help to craft her resume.
Make Your Skills Jump Off the Resume Page
Your skills are why you should get the job, and why they'd be foolish not to hire you. So how do you show that on your resume...
What Do You Put on Your Resume When You Have No Work Experience?
Trying to get a job straight out of school? Stay-at-home mom trying to get back into the work force? Here's how to face a res...
How to Leave Your Job Gracefully
Everyone is so focused on spouses getting jobs that they forget an equally important task -- leaving the job you have now.
5 Fantastic Spouse Jobs in Military Towns
If you are looking for a career you can pursue from any military town in America, consider these five trajectories.
Teaching: Viable Career or Complicated Mess?
Military spouse opinions on teaching as a portable career range from wonderful and rewarding to a minefield of certification...
3 Steps to Zero In on Your Ultimate Job
Here are tips to narrow your job search to something you actually want to do -- and get you closer to your dream job.
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Gun Maker Calls Marines 'Crayon Eaters' in Viral Facebook Post
Marines love H&K's rifles, but do they love the company's sense of humor too?
Always Wanted to Own a Military Tactical Vehicle? Here's Your Chance
Seven-tons and ITV Growlers are going on sale soon.
Coast Guard Officer Accused of Terrorist Plot Targeting Media, Lawmakers
A Coast Guard lieutenant is accused of plans to "murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country."
'Winnie the Pooh' Was Created by a Vet Explaining War to His Boy
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Inactive frigates, destroyers and other mothballed vessels won't be making their way back to the fleet, Navy leaders decided.
Latest Military Videos
Microsoft Workers Protest Use of HoloLens Headsets for War
A group of Microsoft workers is demanding the company cancel a contract supplying the U.S. Army with HoloLens headsets.
Soldier Killed in Baghdad Invasion Will Receive Distinguished Service Cross
Staff Sgt. Stevon A. Booker was killed protecting his platoon's flank as his unit worked to topple Saddam Hussein's regime.
Army to Test Out Lighter Body Armor Plates This Year
The Army's multi-component Soldier Protection System body armor features hard-armor plates designed to stop rifle rounds.
One of the Navy's Most Important Historic Sites Saved From Destruction
The "Top Gun" house where Maverick and Charlie fell in love has been saved.
Navy Ships Will Again Fly the Union Jack as US Enters Great Power Competition
Ships have been flying the First Navy Jack -- a symbol of the Global War on Terrorism -- since 2002.
After Carrier Ford's Elevators Failed, the Navy Is Building a New Test Site
"In a perfect world -- and hindsight is 20/20 -- we would've built this back in probably 2008 and not today."
Air Force News
Fatal A-29 Crash Caused by Pilot 'Overcontrol,' Probe Finds
An investigation found that the Navy pilot executed a turn that ultimately sent the aircraft diving into the ground.
Trump's Next Defense Secretary Could Be a Woman
Multiple women are well positioned for the nomination.
These New Restaurants Are Coming to Army, Air Force Bases in 2019
Panda Express and Muscle Maker Grill are among the new restaurants coming to Air Force and Army bases this year.
Marine Corps News
He Was Fired for Degrading Female Marines. Now He Wants Marines to Learn from His Mistakes
Lt. Col. Taylor White is sharing his hard-learned lessons as the Marine Corps works to combat a culture of sexism.
Supreme Court: Retirees Can Be Court-Martialed for Crimes Committed After Service
In denying a recent petition, the U.S. Supreme Court preserves UCMJ jurisdiction for retirees.
San Diego, Marines Corps Forge New Pact on Advanced Technologies
San Diego and the Marine Corps signed a formal agreement Thursday to cooperate on advanced technologies.
Coast Guard News
Special Forces Will Soon Have a First of Its Kind Training Facility
A $25 million maritime center is expected to open in 2021 and attract more than 6,000 trainees in its first year.
Trump Gets Briefing on Coast Guard Officer Accused of Having Hit List
Lt. Christopher Paul Hasson, of Maryland, was arrested last week on gun and drug charges.
Coast Guard Lieutenant Accused of Terrorist Plot Ordered to Pretrial Confinement
Lt. Christopher Paul Hasson allegedly had a target list that included politicians and media personalities.