Military, naval, and aerospace studies: Recommended starting points

Military, naval and aerespace studies at Virginia Tech

Military, naval, and aerospace studies concern theoretical and applied studies of war and peace in the use, training, management, and professional development of armies, navies, air forces, and related services. The subject also addresses needs of active-duty and reserve-component personnel and veterans. See also the military (ROTC) track of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets.

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