OU Aviation professor and retired Air Force Lt. Col. Todd Hubbard has always had a larger purpose fueling his desire to fly.
U.S. History in World War II: Pacific Theater examines the social, political, economic and military reasons for the War in the Pacific.
LaDawn Jones grew up thinking a college education was something she would never have. Thanks to the U.S. Navy and the OU Extended Campus, she was wrong.
OU has again been recognized for its dedication to veterans, ranking in Military Times’ list of best four-year schools for veterans and active military.
PACS recruiting specialist Kasey Moore recently returned to campus after a yearlong deployment to Kosovo.
This class examines leadership in the U.S. military from the American Revolution to the war in Afghanistan.
OU student Ashley La Rue was one of 60 U.S. servicemembers, veterans and military spouses to be recognized for military service, leadership and academic excellence.
OU was recently honored by Operation Hat Trick, a nonprofit organization that supports wounded U.S. combat veterans.
Danielle McKenzie is already doing great things for others. She continues to live out a mission of service as a city council member for the City of Moore.
The annual Green Zone Veteran’s Lunch was a success again this year with 12 veteran-oriented organizations and more than 200 students in attendance.
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