Lytwaive Hutchinson is chief information officer (CIO) of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
In related news, the Department of Defense, through the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, announced awards totaling $15 million for HBCUs to establish Centers of Excellence.
Marine Day at the 49th annual National Naval Officers Association Leadership, Professional Development and Training Symposium began with a prayer.
In 2010, retired Air Force General Larry Spencer was honored with the Career Achievement in Government award at the BEYA STEM Conference.
Southern University recently spotlighted alumnus and assistant professor of naval science, Cmdr. Dominique Jackson.
As Veterans Advanced Energy Week gets underway (August 2-6), we profile Al Trimble, an influential Veterans Advanced Energy Project (VAEP) leader on the BEYA STEM Conference circuit. Earlier this year, the VAEP, which is is designed to drive leadership by recruiting, equipping, and empowering U.S. military veterans who understand the importance of the evolving energy … Continue reading “Veterans Advanced Energy Week Profile: Al Trimble, US Marine Corps Colonel (Retired)”
Army Sergeant 1st Class Alwyn C. Cashe will be the first Black servicemember to receive the highest award for valor since the Vietnam War.
Brigadier General (retired) Donna Williams first appeared in USBE magazine’s annual “Top Blacks in the U.S. Military” in 2015.
Quincy, Massachusetts is set to name new city streets after seven generals from the Army, Air Force, National Guard, and Marine Corps.
The National Museum of the United States Army reopened on Monday. June 14, 2021, marks the Army’s 246th birthday. The museum is the first to tell the history of the U.S. Army since its establishment in 1775. “June will be a month of celebration as we recognize Army Heritage Month, the Army’s birthday, and the … Continue reading “National Museum’s reopening coincides with the U.S. Army’s 246th birthday”