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Former DC Guard colonel accuses Army generals of pushing ‘propaganda’ Jan. 6 timeline
The Army said they "stand by all testimony and facts provided to date."
Air Force finds one-third of female airmen have been sexually harassed
"Inclusion is the action that draws the best from every one of our members."
America’s most important base was breached by a guy wearing a weird mouse hat
It was shockingly easy.
VA secretary focused on smearing woman who said she was sexually assaulted in a VA hospital, probe finds
"The evidence is replete with examples of VA senior leaders undertaking defensive actions and engaging in confrontational messaging."
Veteran died hours after 2 calls to suicide hotline went unheeded, Inspector General finds
A veteran died on the Fourth of July 2018 after two calls to the suicide hotline went unheeded.
Marine Corps to consider promotion of one-star general who used his aide as a personal servant
Uribe’s aide, a junior officer not named in the report, told investigators that she "only did personal matters" for the general while in Iraq.
Trump fires Inspector General who brought whistleblower complaint to Congress that triggered impeachment probe
A U.S. official said Thomas Monheim, a career intelligence professional, would serve as acting inspector general for the time being.
The number of substantiated allegations of sexual misconduct against Army brass rose this year
Of 707 complaints against senior officials in 2019, only 26 were substantiated.
‘If he was on the battlefield, he probably would’ve been shot in the back’— Inside the toxic command of Air Force Lt. Gen. Lee Levy
Working for Levy, "was harder than a deployment, because there was no job satisfaction," said one airman.
The US military doesn’t follow its own rules when investigating domestic violence on bases
An analysis of more than 200 cases of domestic violence at eight military installations has determined that commanders and law enforcement personnel are not following their own rules when investigating and handling these cases and their victims.
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan cleared in ethics probe
It could pave the way for Shanahan to finally get an official nomination from the White House.
The Army Handed Off War Dogs To Whoever Would Take Them Fast, But It’s Okay, They’re Sorry
After a Department of Defense Inspector General report found the Army mistreated military working dogs after they returned to the...
Here’s Why Veterans Groups Are Circling The Wagons Around Embattled VA Secretary Shulkin
Leading veterans service organizations met Tuesday to mount a joint response in the face of a troubling inspector general report...
The Knives Are Out For VA Secretary Shulkin
It’s been a tumultuous week for the Department of Veterans Affairs, after a scathing inspector general report surfaced detailing abuses...
Lawmakers Slam VA Chief After Lavish European Trip Expenses
Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin took fire from lawmakers today over a lavish 10-day trip to Europe last...
VA OIG: Shulkin And His Staff Committed ‘Serious Derelictions’ In Expensing Europe Trip
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin and his senior staff committed “a number of serious derelictions” in expensing a 10-day, $122,000...
The Details Of This General’s Alleged Frat Case Are Even Weirder Than You Think
Weeks after USA Today broke the story about a married two-star general’s months-long text exchange with a subordinate's wife, bizarre...
Navy Shipyard Officials Blew $21 Million On Their Own Secret Police Force, Report Says
A cadre of workers at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard funded and operated a private, undocumented police force equipped with illegally...
Nearly 50% Of VA Clinicians Aren’t Doing Their Required Suicide-Prevention Training
Nearly half of all Veterans Health Administration clinicians did not complete suicide risk management training within the timeframe mandated by...