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How do extremists get in the military? The Pentagon wants to find out
The review of recruiting policies was announced this week by the Inspector General's office
Forty McFortface: The US military is renaming bases and needs your help
In our nation’s 245 year history, we have been blessed to have countless individuals honor us with their service and sacrifices, now we can honor them.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has a baller home worth nearly $3 million
Let's take a tour!
What the hell is this ‘Integrated Survivability Onion’ chart?
Really, we want to know.
Pentagon: Don’t blame us for the massive security failure at the Capitol
"Overall, the assessment that we got repeatedly was no indications of significant violent protest."
Military leaders furious over FCC plan to start 5G network, saying it will endanger GPS
The Ligado proposal "would needlessly imperil DoD GPS-dependent national security capabilities," tweeted Defense Secretary Mark Esper.
Jeff and Tina would be rolling in their graves over a new report on DoD’s cybersecurity efforts
The military hasn’t fully implemented those programs, GAO found, and DoD isn’t keeping good track of its efforts overall. That’s a problem, because cybersecurity is a group effort.
Where Will the Infantry Fight Future Wars?
Why is the US military investing half a billion bucks into fighting underground? Drone swarms and chemical attacks could destroy...
The Pentagon tried to mothball one of its aircraft carriers twice this year and kept getting shut down
The Pentagon has tried twice in the past year to push a plan that would retire the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman decades early and cut its air wing
Pentagon finds no new threat from Saudi military students in wake of NAS Pensacola shooting
he Pentagon said on Thursday that it found no threat in its review of about 850 military students from Saudi Arabia studying in the United States, following a Dec. 6 shooting by a Saudi Air Force officer who killed three people at a base in Florida
Pentagon investigators say a senior DoD official sexually harassed women on his staff
Guy Roberts, the former assistant secretary of defense for nuclear, chemical, biological defense programs, resigned in April, USA Today reported Thursday, in the midst of an investigation by the Pentagon Inspector General into reports of sexual harassment.
Federal judge blocks the White House from using military funds to build US-Mexico border wall
The White House planned to build the wall with $3.6 billion redirected from military construction projects.
Navy, Pentagon to review base security procedures following 3 deadly incidents in one week
The Navy pledged Friday to find ways to upgrade security procedures and prevent future attacks following two shootings and a fatal gate runner incident at naval bases in Virginia, Hawaii and Florida in the last week
801,000 dead, $6.4 trillion spent, and no end in sight: the true costs of the Global War on Terror
“The numbers continue to accelerate, not only because many wars continue to be waged, but also because wars don’t end when soldiers come home."
The Air Force may load up the B-52 with more bombs than ever in its search for a new ‘arsenal plane’
Defense Department officials may select a bomber already in the Air Force's inventory to become its munitions-packed "arsenal plane," Dr. Will Roper, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, said Tuesday
Russia reportedly delayed the medical evacuation of US defense attache from Moscow
The New York Times reports that U.S. officials believe Russia intentionally delayed a medical flight to evacuate an ill U.S. military attache earlier this year
The Pentagon is doling out $34 billion to stock up on F-35s
The Department of Defense has signed off on a $34 billion contract to buy 478 F-35 aircraft from Lockheed Martin
Lawmakers warned the Pentagon about US special operations forces vacancies the same day the official overseeing them resigned
Mark Mitchell, acting assistant defense secretary for special operations and low-intensity conflict, submitted his resignation as of November 1
11 of the best bits from the book James Mattis doesn’t want you to read
There's a new book detailing the inside story of what it was like during James Mattis' tenure as defense secretary, and it's safe to say that he'd prefer you not read it
US troops withdrawing to Iraq from Syria can’t redeploy there and have to leave in 4 weeks, Baghdad says
The 1,000 US troops leaving Syria will be allowed to stay in Iraq for at most four weeks, Iraq's defense minister said Wednesday, in an embarrassing rebuff to President Donald Trump's plans for withdrawing from Syria
The Pentagon is reportedly drawing up plans for a quick Afghanistan withdrawal just in case Trump abruptly orders one
The Defense Department is exploring its options to completely withdraw all U.S. troops deployed in Afghanistan, in the event President Donald Trump abruptly makes the decision, according to NBC News
Psych! The Pentagon is actually ‘unable to comply’ with House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry ‘at this time’
In a letter to three House Democrats on Monday, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs Robert R. Hood wrote that while the Pentagon "understands the significance of your request for information," the department "is unable to comply with your request for documents at this time"
The National Guard had more suicides in 2018 than any other military component
"Seeking help is not a sign of weakness."
Cleaning up water contamination on military bases will cost more than $2 billion, officials say
The price tag to clean up contaminated water sources at all military installations is likely to climb higher than the $2 billion original cost estimate, the Pentagon said Thursday