Read the best blogs for and about veterans, soldiers and the military.
Thoughts on the latest news and their personal experiences by two veterans and one person still on active duty
Thomas Ricks, former military writer for The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal, blogs on foreign policy
- Iraq and Syria no longer exist, but the real problem is the inability of the U.S. government to formulate strategy (4) (Oct 24)
- Guest war dog of the week: ‘Mike’ of Parris Island, a World War II terrier (Oct 24)
- Unfit for battle: America's military is growing tired, injured and overweight (Oct 24)
- When the Chinese look at the US X-37B, they see the future of space-based attack (Oct 23)
- An Army officer watches 'Fury,' comes away thinking about Sherman tank crew (Oct 23)
Official blog of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) with wide variety of posters
- VA is critical to medicine and Veterans (Oct 24)
- VA and Veterans service organizations eye telehealth to improve access (Oct 23)
- VA to accept Fry Scholarship applications beginning November 3 (Oct 22)
- Exhibit tells the stories of POWs in Vietnam with personal artifacts (Oct 22)
- More than a soldiers home (Oct 20)
Mixture of national news, vets' stories and information about IAVA (Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America)
Owned by a 22-year retired Army first sergeant, primarily about operations in Afaghanistan and other military related topics.
Views from behind the lens
News and reviews on the latest gear
Kristle Helmuth is a 26 year-old Army veteran, wife of a wounded warrior, and mother of two children. She blogs about her personal experiences regarding her husbands injuries in Iraq, and their journey through healing.
Personal tales and useful information about jobs seeking for those transitioning out of the military