My reflections on the 160th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg | Charles D. Allen
Let us strive on to finish the work we are in.
What an encounter with a snapping turtle taught me about my own family | Charles D. Allen
We must stay vigilant, work with others, and provide help when necessary. Sometimes that is all we can do.
Black History Month 2023: How far Black soldiers have come — and the road ahead | Charles D. Allen
The true story of three officers who persevered as patriots in service to the nation. Remember them.
Dr. King’s ‘Road Ahead’ — and what it means to one Pa. community | Charles D. Allen
Our commemoration committee invites you to be part of this celebration as we seek to unite our Carlisle Community in truth and love.
What will the next generation of military leaders learn from our years of upheaval? | Opinion
From the pandemic to Jan. 6 and the Ukraine War, there has been no shortage of lessons.
This Black History Month, let’s put the focus on Black health and wellness | Charles D. Allen
Black Americans are twice as likely as whites to not see a doctor for thinking and memory problems. We need to change that.
What MLK meant by justice. And how one central Pa. community is commemorating it | Opinion
As we begin a new year, our Carlisle community continues America’s quest to embrace Dr. King’s commitment to social, economic, and political justice.
9/11 20th Anniversary: How will you honor their memory? | Charles D. Allen
On Saturday, consider how you will be a “patriot” and, through your service to others, enact the values upon which our nation was founded.
A new class at U.S. Army War College must meet the challenges of a changing world | Opinion
Prepare yourself for the uncertain future. Our nations are counting on you.
For these U.S. Army War College students, a graduation like no other | Charles D. Allen
I hope that our student cohorts will appreciate their demonstrated agility and resiliency after completing a unique year.
Maj. Gen. Charles C. Rogers: A legacy of Black history | Charles D. Allen
Rogers was one of three African-American officer students in the U.S. Army War College Class of 1971.
In 2021: We have to keep working toward ending what MLK called ‘The Other America’ | Charles D. Allen
As we begin a new year, my hometown of Carlisle, Pa., continues America's quest to embrace Dr. King's commitment to social, economic, and political justice.