Guest Posts

Thank you for showing interest in submitting a guest post for The Military Leader!

The content manager will consider submissions from authors of all professions, civilian and military. The Military Leader is committed to publishing professional,Guest Posts insightful, positive content that improves leaders and their teams. As you develop a guest post for submission, please consider the following:

  • The ideal post length is 500-1000 words, and may include bulletized lists and quotes. Essay-length pieces are acceptable for thoroughly-developed ideas.
  • The topic must be relevant to leadership, personal development, team development, or provide wisdom that improves and enhances influence in a meaningful direction. Book reviews are welcome.
  • The content manager will edit the copy for grammar and content to provide the best possible post for The Military Leader audience. However, the original author will give final approval before publishing.
  • The author retains the copyrighted ownership of the published material under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. The Military Leader will cite the author in the post and will use excerpts from the post in future social media engagements.
  • The author may contribute in his/her own name or anonymously, but retains ownership of the ideas contained within. The Military Leader will not “fight” on the author’s behalf or represent the author in social media or any other discussion forum.

If you are interested in submitting a guest post for consideration, send an email to with the Subject Line “Guest Post Submission.” Expect several days for a response. Thank you!

Reposting Content

The Military Leader does not publish complete posts from other sites, but will consider highlighting excerpts and insightful points.

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

  • C J Stanko

    Boycott NFL on 11/12/2017 day after Veterans Day.
    All game some, some gave all.

  • military respecting civilian93

    My question is about SF. I want to join SF as 18X. Not for any personal gain, but because iv always wanted to I feel it in my heart, when I think SF I think of men who sacrafice anything for anyone for the greater good. To stand at a level that is never ending. Iv always had trouble with ordinary jobs or even school but when I was put in scenarios that were hard and challenging I always did well. Or when someone needed help I was there regardless if I was getting anything in return. I know I have to go through the precurses, then selection, and then 2 years of training just to earn a tab. But I cant get this feeling and thought out of my head that I want to do this I want to protect my family my country help the world to find and destroy enemies, to help other countries and ours with tasks that could possibly change the world. Idk if this is good reason to go for it or not.

  • Doug Hill

    Only the Warrior can offer Peace…because he can also offer War.

  • Pingback: The Top 15 Posts from 2014 - The Military Leader()