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The Pentagon is asking for a $705 billion budget. Here is what it wants to spend that money on
As the Pentagon unveils its latest wish list, listen and you can hear the entire defense industry singing, 'Hey big spender, spend a little time with me.'
The Army is offering a $60,000 bonus for warrant officers in the air defense branch
That could buy so many Rip Its.
The Pentagon may be worse at managing money than an E-3 just back from deployment
'It would be like moving money from checking, to savings, to your 401K, to your credit card, and then back.'
A new study says troops might be overpaid
"Military compensation is an emotional issue ... At the same time, it is a major cost element."
It’s official: the largest military pay raise in nearly a decade is coming your way
Average pay, housing and subsistence allowances will increase for members of the military in 2020, the Pentagon announced Thursday
Leaked document outlines all the ways the Army would suffer if Congress doesn’t pass a budget
Not great, folks!
Political squabbling over the defense budget may screw you out of your hard-earned benefits
You probably didn't want them anyway ... right?
Military retirees and disabled veterans are getting a pay bump in 2020. Here’s what you should know
Military retirees, those who receive disability or other benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, federal retirees and social security recipients will see a 1.6% increase in their monthly checks for 2020
The VA is refunding $400 million in mistaken home loan fees to thousands of vets
The refunds were the result of a "multi-year internal review of millions of VA-backed home loans spanning almost two decades," the department said in a statement
Ex-Pentagon official says he was pushed out for saying defense companies were ripping off DoD
Former Defense Department contract negotiator Shay Assad said he was blamed for a failed effort to rein in the money the Defense Department pays contractors.
A 94-year-old Air Force veteran nearly threw away a $6.5 million winning lottery ticket
A 94-year-old Air Force veteran from Oregon almost threw away his change to be a millionaire
The Pentagon Literally Has More Money Than It Knows What To Do With
The Pentagon failed to spend an eye-popping $27.7 billion of the funds it was allocated over a five-year period beginning in fiscal 2013.