Why does the military usually punish misconduct while police close ranks?

December 6, 2019USC News

REDIRECT https://theconversation.com/why-the-us-military-usually-punishes-misconduct-but-police-often-close-ranks-127898 Many U.S. military members publicly disavowed President Trump's decision to pardon Edward Gallagher, the former SEAL commando convicted of killing a teenage detainee in [...]

After 10 years in the Air Force, USC grad student wants to serve his fellow Californians

November 15, 2019USC News

REDIRECT https://priceschool.usc.edu/usc-price-veteran-student-takes-on-domestic-issues/ Matthew Quan is proof you can be deeply rooted and fly - all at the same time. After nearly 10 years of active duty [...]

This soldier-scholar operates at the intersection of computer and social science

November 14, 2019USC News

REDIRECT https://viterbischool.usc.edu/news/2019/11/servant-leadership/ Ashok Deb, a Ph.D. candidate at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, has been in the U.S. Army for over 18 years, serving in [...]

Navy veteran believes in mixing engineering and humanitarian work

November 13, 2019USC News

REDIRECT https://viterbischool.usc.edu/news/2019/11/i-want-to-leave-the-world-a-better-place-than-i-found-it/ Kevin Moran, a USC Viterbi sophomore studying astronautical engineering, understands the meaning of "mission ready." Last summer, he interned for NASA, working on the [...]

Navy Reservist stands out as Trojan squad’s senior Spirit Leader

November 11, 2019USC News

On the stage that is the sideline during Trojan football games, Erdavria "Rose" Simpson is inseparable from her team. She moves with the athleticism and grace [...]

Warrior-Scholar Project takes veterans from the battlefield to the classroom

October 8, 2019USC News

With a booming voice and grand hand gestures, Jonathan V. Saint-Louis aims to dazzle his audience. For 10 minutes, Saint-Louis and two other young men in [...]

Unique scholarship turns higher ed dream into reality for kids from military families

July 12, 2019USC News

Audrey Daly is an admitted "military brat." "We moved several times," she said. "My dad was a lieutenant commander in the Navy, and I was born [...]

Business degree for vets gets Marine on the ground floor of new L.A. football stadium

June 27, 2019USC News

While in ninth grade, Vincent Marsala attended a family funeral. During the service, he saw a cousin wearing a dress blue uniform and asked his mother, [...]

The Proud Alumni of USC — and the Blue Angels

May 28, 2019USC News

The first time that Paul Alwine '62 saw the Blue Angels in person, he was in awe. It was 1965, and the Lieutenant Junior Grade Navy [...]

9/11 first responder and social work professor inspires students around the world

April 9, 2019USC News

When social work professor Laura Owen is talking, it's hard not to get completely absorbed. Like when the former U.S. Air Force captain tells the story [...]

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