When terrorists attacked America, WSU alumnus Ron Shurer traded graduate school for the Green Berets, earning the Medal of Honor and the gratitude of a nation.
Peter Nolan sees his military experience and a degree in social sciences leading to a great career in the military or civilian law enforcement.
Tech. Sgt. Angela Brown, Washington Air National Guard 141st Medical Group, is on track to get her nursing degree from WSU in December.
Three U.S. armed forces veteran guest speakers will attend ASWSU Student Veterans Committee’s Veterans Day Memorial Service to culminate Veterans Week at WSU.
The nation’s highest military recognition for valor was bestowed Monday on WSU alumnus and former U.S. Army medic Ronald Shurer.
Ronald J. Shurer II, a former U.S. Army medic and a WSU alumnus, will receive the Medal of Honor at the White House.
Ten years ago, as a soldier in Afghanistan, Erin Cooper suffered a traumatic brain injury and broken bones from a 40-foot fall. Today, she’s helping fellow veterans recover through hiking.
When Greg Urquhart returned to duty in Iraq, he noticed there weren’t many options for Native American veterans. He set out to change that.
PULLMAN, Wash. – WSU Army ROTC cadet Debbie R. Majano was selected for a summer congressional internship with Congressman Dave Reichert (R – Washington’s 8th District).
Chris Heatherly, WSU Army Military Science Department chair and lieutenant colonel, and Casey McNicholas, a WSU senior ROTC cadet, will speak May 30-June 2 in Brussels at the seventh annual conference of the European Institute for the Study of Military Ethics.