The U.S. Army prepares for war in a variety of ways to keep pace with ever-changing global threats and battlefield demands. (Credit: U.S. Army and Indiana National Guard Images/ARMY magazine photo illustration)

Ukraine and the Truths of War

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Newly commissioned second lieutenants are among those posing for a photo at South Carolina State University. ROTC program leader Lt. Col.  Antonio Pittman is at far right. (Credit: South Carolina State University ROTC/Cliffasia Jordan)

ROTC’s ‘Hidden Gems’ Still Producing Top-Notch Officers

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