Army Acknowledges the Power of Online Learning

Instruction delivered over the Internet offers the flexibility that many need fused with expert instructors and content. The Army has recognized the significance of e-learning and is taking steps to encourage it.

Air Force Aviation Resource Manager Builds Business Skills with Bachelor of Science Business Administration, MBA Healthcare

For Carolyn Franzen, serving her country was a career path chosen based on a family tradition. The daughter of a Navy chief petty officer, Carolyn attended one year of college after high school, but admits she wasn’t ready.

Air Force Veteran Furthers Analyst Career with B.S. GIS Degree

After three decades serving in the United States Air Force, veteran Steve Hicks didn’t stop at retirement to continue bettering his life. He took his military training and skills, and applied them to earning a technology-based bachelor’s degree in geographic information systems.

The Man Behind the Bill of Rights: Meet George Mason

Did you know that the original United States Constitution did not actually address the individual rights of the citizens of the 13 British Colonies that had declared independence from Great Britain?