Coming Home Series by Jessica Scott

Back to You: Book 1 of the Coming Home Series Review by Cynthia Cline Imagine reading a book that grabs your attention immediately to the point that you finish it in less than 2 days. And not just any book, but a story that covers what it’s like to be a military service member and […]

A Career in Science and Technology in the Military

A Career in Science and Technology in the Military

Rojan joined the Air Force through a Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship. A guidance counselor had recognized her love of math and science and recommended she attended a math and science camp at the Air Force Academy. From that she learned about ROTC and received a four-year scholarship, but had to get her degree in […]

Take The Leap And Just Say YES

Take The Leap And Just Say YES

Working moms need to say ‘Yes’ when presented with new opportunities even when we don’t know how we will make it all come together. We are planners and protectors. We don’t often leap unless we know that there is firm ground beneath us. However, there are times when we need to leap and just say […]

Follow Your Passion in the Military

Follow Your Passion in the Military

How do you follow your passion in the military? Don’t let the recruiter deter you from what you want to do by offering you a bonus. Make sure you know what career field you are interested in and then follow your passion in the military. Listen here now! Follow Your Passion in the Military Elaine […]

3 Things a Civilian Writer Learned about Service Women

3 Things a Civilian Writer Learned about Service Women

by Sara Hammel *This post contains affiliate links In 1995, when women were still banned from most ground combat roles in the United States military and their supposed lack of physical strength used as a reason to keep them out, Army scientists in Massachusetts embarked on a groundbreaking study. Their mission: To determine if women could get strong […]

The Rollercoaster of Military Life

The Rollercoaster of Military Life

Is military life like a rollercoaster? If you answered no, you need to listen to Annie’s story this week on the Women of the Military Podcast. Annie had her degree and was unable to find a job and as she was walking to interviews she passed the recruiting station for the Army. Growing up as […]

Flawed but still worthy

Flawed but still worthy

Sometimes the challenges we face in the military cause us to feel as we have lost our value. But it isn’t true, hard experiences are difficult, but we are still worthy. In this week’s interview with Allie Brazas-Hayes we talk about her time in the Navy and the challenges she faced. You can also read […]

Five pieces of advice for women considering combat arms

Advice for Women considering Combat Arms by Josh Steffens from Hollywood Powder Combat arms, my definition is relative to the US Department of Defense, “Is a collection of service members that participate in direct tactical ground combat”. Examples of units in tactical ground combat include infantry, combat engineers, cavalry, and artillery just to name a […]

The Stories of Military Women and Women Veteran Authors

The Stories of Military Women and Women Veteran Authors

You might think that becoming an author just takes writing a book. But as I interviewed these women veteran authors for this week’s episode of the podcast I realized that it takes a lot more than having an idea and writing to have a successful book. The one theme that came out of this episode […]