Military Recruiting in the United States - a new book
Military Recruiting in the United States provides a description of the deceptive practices of the U.S. military as it recruits American youth into the armed forces. Long-time antiwar activist Pat Elder exposes the underworld of American military recruiting.
Pentagon Data on Student Testing Program Rife with Errors and Contradictions
The DoD has released a massive database on the military's controversial Student Testing Program in 11,700 high schools across the country. The data raises serious issues regarding student privacy and the integrity of the Student Testing Program in America's schools.
The data was released after a contested and protracted Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
See the link below to the database.
Friday, August 2, 2013(16 comments)
Army Teaches Wrong Lesson in Nation's High Schools
More than a half million American high school students are enrolled in the Junior Reserve Officers' Training Program, (JROTC). The Army's junior-year text book is analyzed here. The text contains a wildly reactionary and inaccurate view of American history during World War II, particularly regarding Truman's decision to drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Forced Military Testing in American High Schools
The Pentagon and local high school officials in more than a thousand schools across the country require students to take a military test that is used for recruiting purposes. This is done without parental consent and
often in violation of state laws.