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Christmas Day: Remember the American Heroes of 1776

By Dr. Robert “Smitty” Smith
During the Christmas season, it is easy for us to forget the horrors and hardships endured by the first American army in 1776. They had suffered defeat after defeat, its commander-in-chief couldn't win, and his own plotted against him. The army was in tatters, unpaid, unsupplied, and unclothed. Learn how General Washington's leadership saved the Army—and the revolution—that Christmas season.

Airline Trafficking: Signs for Spotting Human Trafficking in Transportation

The holidays are the busiest time of year for airports. Not all travelers are headed to see loved ones—some are actually the unwilling victims of human trafficking.

In this podcast, Dr. Stacey Little, program director for transportation and logistics at American Military University interviews Nancy Rivard, founder of Airline Ambassadors International (AAI) about how the average airline passenger can help identify signs of human trafficking.