Featured by Patricia Kime, Military.com
The Pentagon wants to outsource military moves to one single company and it’s making people nervous
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VA comes out against bills on medical marijuana for veterans
The Department of Veterans Affairs opposes three legislative proposals that would expand research on medical marijuana at the VA and give veterans access to the drug in states where it...
The Justice Department is challenging a ruling that found the US male-only draft unconstitutional
The Justice Department has appealed a Texas judge's ruling that the country's male-only draft registration system is unconstitutional
Gold Star spouses can lose financial assistance if they remarry, but veterans in Congress hope to change that
"[T]o not be able to remarry, to lose benefits, seems unfair."
A 69-year-old policy keeps troops from suing the US for medical malpractice. It’s closer to being overturned than ever before
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether to hear a petition from a family prohibited from suing for medical malpractice, barred by a 69-year-old legal ruling known as Feres that...
VA to offer new ketamine-based nasal spray to help combat depression
The newest FDA-approved medication to treat severe depression, a nasal spray based on the anesthetic (and misused hallucinogenic party drug) ketamine, will soon be available to veterans treated within the...
A new bill would require the Pentagon pay for combat troops to freeze their sperm and eggs
A new bill would give troops with infertility related to their military service greater access to advanced reproductive treatments, including up to three completed cycles of in vitro fertilization, or...
Purple Heart recipients will move to front of line for VA claims, Wilkie says
Purple Heart recipients will soon take priority in the queue for Department of Veterans Affairs claims adjudication, VA Secretary Robert Wilkie announced Tuesday
Supreme Court: Military retirees can be court-martialed for crimes committed after service
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the Defense Department's authority to prosecute retired service members for crimes they commit, even after retirement.
How Navy SEALs Are Returning To Their Roots To Take On Russia And China
Having spent 17 years conducting counterinsurgency and counterterrorism operations in the deserts and mountains of the Middle East, the Naval Special Warfare community is shifting its focus to threats from...
Score More Cash From Your Tax Refund Thanks To These New DoD Policy Changes
As troops sit down to file their 2018 income tax returns, the Defense Department wants them to know that some significant changes in tax law could put more money in...
A New Proposal Could Require Women To Register For The Draft
A congressionally mandated commission is weighing whether women should be required to register for the Selective Service System, or whether the U.S. needs a draft registration system at all
CBO Suggests Hiking Tricare Fees And Slashing Veterans Benefits To Rein In The Deficit
With the federal deficit expected to top $984 billion this year, the Congressional Budget Office in December published a list of options for reducing the imbalance over the next 10...
Navy Recruiting District Michigan Commander Relieved
The head of Navy Recruiting District Michigan has been relieved of his duties, a Navy spokeswoman said Wednesday
Guided Missile Destroyer Command Master Chief Fired Amid Misconduct Investigation
The command master chief of the guided missile destroyer Milius was relieved Friday due to "misconduct identified during an ongoing investigation," according to Navy officials
Childhood Cancers ‘Unlikely’ Linked To Toxic Exposure In Marine Corps Housing, Study Finds
An investigation into cancer rates among children at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, South Carolina, has confirmed 15 cases of … Continued
‘There Was No Escaping It’: Iraq Vets Are Becoming Terminally Ill And Burn Pits May Be To Blame
The Iraq War killed former Minnesota Air National Guard Tech Sgt. Amie Muller. It just took a decade to do … Continued
The Toxic Homefront: As Marine Families Fall Ill, Some Are Accusing the Corps Of Negligence
Last December, Noah Brletich was jolted from a deep sleep by his own heart, beating so fast and hard, it … Continued