Air Force Relaxes Tattoo Policy

  WASHINGTON (AFNS) — The Air Force announced new policies on dress and appearance with regard to tattoos on January 9, 2017. These changes result from a review of Air Force accessions policies directed by Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee … More »

Sikh soldiers are back in US Army

Washington, D.C. – Sikh American soldiers have finally prevailed against a three-decade ban preventing observant Sikhs from serving in the United States Army. New regulations just issued by the Secretary of the Army provide that—except in rare circumstances—sincere followers of the Sikh faith … More »

Navy reverses rating decision

The Navy has decided to restore its 241-year-old job ratings system. This reverses the decision made this past September that prompted widespread outcry from Veterans and active Naval personnel. The restoration of Navy rating titles was announced in a Navy … More »

New Law to Recover Nazi-Looted Art

President Barack Obama recently signed legislation that will assist heirs who trying to recover artwork lost to Nazi looting during World War II. The legislation extends the statutes of limitations for the recovery. In recent years, courts have sided with … More »

WWII on World Wide Web

  The National World War II Museum is making thousands of first-person soldiers’ accounts available online. Museum executives are creating a vast online collection of 9,000 existing oral and written histories and will take longer than the war was fought: … More »