Featured by Andrew Clevenger, CQ-Roll Call
‘Change is coming’ — How the Navy hopes to do a course correct amid COVID-19
"It is the one chance you have to rethink some fundamental things. I hope that the Navy will take that opportunity."
Lawmakers eye limits on military gear transfers to police amid nationwide protests
The eruptions of violence at protests of police brutality in recent days have rekindled congressional efforts to end the practice of giving surplus military gear to law enforcement agencies
The Pentagon has a new plan to fight the spread of COVID-19 in the ranks
The Defense Department has devised a new, tiered plan to test, isolate and screen military personnel for the coronavirus while the force awaits more widespread testing, which is likely still...
COVID-19 expected to delay the Pentagon’s major weapons programs by at least 3 months
The Pentagon has tried keeping its industrial base solvent and working during the pandemic, including increasing reimbursements for work that is not yet complete.
Trump Loves The Space Force. Can He Convince Everyone Else?
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump may typically communicate via quickly fired, unfiltered tweets, but when he talks about creating a … Continued
How Much Will A Space Force Actually Cost? The Pentagon Has No Idea Yet
The Pentagon does not yet know how much the nascent Space Force will cost, but nonetheless is working with Congress … Continued