Now showing items 1-6 of 6
Suicide Attempts by Active Duty Military Personnel: Findings from the 2015 Department of Defense Health-Related Behaviors Survey
In the last decade, the suicide rate among the active-duty U.S. military has increased significantly, almost doubling in the Army and Marines Corps. The prevalent view is that factors related to military deployments are ...
Army Officer Retention: How to Retain the Best and Brightest
The United States Army officer corps attracts some of the most talented, motivated, and dedicated young men and women from all parts of American society. Even after 17 years of constant deployments in support of the Global ...
The Vacuum of Reason: A Case Against Trump's Space Force Proposal
Adversaries of the United States have developed increasingly sophisticated military space capabilities in recent years, and the American advantage in space has shrunk accordingly. These nations have increased their investments ...
Transgender Service in the United States Armed Forces: A Policy Proposal for Permanent Change
The United States armed forces do not permit new accessions to be transgender. The current policy is administrative in nature, and is not rooted in statutory authority. Permanent change cannot occur in the absence of Article ...
Reducing the Suicide Rate in the United States Air Force with an "Extreme Risk" Military Protection Order Law
Over the past 20 years, the Air Force has fought suicide in its ranks through leadership, coordination, communication, camaraderie, education, training, mental health treatment, community engagement, and suicide data ...
The Price of Transgender Military Service: Do Public Opinions on Government Defense Spending Predict Support for Allowing Transgender People to Serve?
While a significant body of research exists regarding public attitudes toward the transgender community, little has been conducted specifically concerning views on transgender military service. Existing scholarship suggests ...