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The Pentagon is officially moving ahead with renaming bases that honor Confederate leaders
"It is extremely early in the process."
Congress overrides Trump’s veto of defense policy bill, clearing the way for troops to get special pay
It's the first time Congress has reversed Trump's veto
Troops will still get a pay raise if Trump vetoes the National Defense Authorization Act
Trump's veto threats have cause confusion about whether troops will still get a pay raise in January.
Family of murdered ROTC graduate will likely receive death benefits thanks to new legislation
The amendment allows the family of Lt. Richard Collins III to be able to receive the death benefits after he was killed just days after he was commissioned into the...
Lawmakers are once again fighting to save the A-10 Warthog from retirement
The Senate Armed Services Committee isn't keen on the U.S. Air Force's plans to retire legacy aircraft in favor of new technology, putting a stop to some proposed aircraft retirements...
New legislation would bar the use of military force against peaceful protestors
The Senate Armed Services Committee voted late Wednesday evening to block the U.S. military from ever interfering with the right of Americans to peacefully protest
Here’s why the ‘Tenant Bill of Rights’ leaves out 3 critical issues important to military families, according to DoD
A DoD official said the privatized housing issue is "not the systemic issue that it sounds like it is."
President Trump has signed the Space Force into existence
Roughly 16,000 active-duty and civilian personnel that make up Air Force Space Command are now assigned to the U.S. Space Force following President Donald Trump's signing of the fiscal 2020...
Congress approves largest military housing overhaul in two decades
Congress on Tuesday approved the largest overhaul to the American military's housing program in more than two decades, vowing to end slum-like living conditions and hold private landlords and defense...
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
Congress doesn’t plan on authorizing extra cash for the Army’s next-generation squad weapon after all
It looks as though lawmakers aren't too keen on shelling out additional funding for the Army's much-hyped next-generation squad weapon after all
The new defense bill would create a public database for every complaint made about privatized housing
The NDAA aims at making a total overhaul on privatized military housing.
All of the military’s forks, knives and spoons will come from the last all-American flatware maker
Congress is halting the use of the military firefighting foam that’s contaminated base drinking water — but there’s a catch
Congress has reached a deal on a spending bill that would require the military to stop using firefighting foam containing toxic chemicals linked to cancer, but would abandon efforts to...
The controversial ‘widows tax’ on Gold Star family benefits is closer to repeal than ever before
Gold Star family members might finally see an end to the so-called "Widows Tax" thanks to the National Defense Authorization Act of 2020
A new measure would end gender segregation at Marine Corps boot camp for good
The final conference version of the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act includes a provision that would require the service to integrate both its East Coast and West Coast entry-level training...
It’s official: the Space Force is here to bring freedom and liberty to the stars
The defense budget for fiscal year 2020 officially agreed upon by key lawmakers in the House and Senate would officially establish the U.S. Space Force as the sixth branch of...
A new law could finally force DoD to compensate troops who suffered from military doctors’ mistakes
It would mark the first time in nearly seven decades that U.S. military personnel have had legal recourse to seek payment from the military in cases of medical malpractice.
Political squabbling over the defense budget may screw you out of your hard-earned benefits
You probably didn't want them anyway ... right?
Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson On Branch Size, BRAC, And Security Threats
After years of shrinking almost everything — from the size of its fleet of airplanes and fighter squadrons to its … Continued
Congress Shelves Plan To Have Women Register For The Draft
Editor’s Note: This article by Richard Sisk originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and … Continued
The Air Force Convinced Congress To Foot The Bill For Keeping The A-10 Warthog Flying
A bit of budgetary gamesmanship by the Air Force earlier this month seems to have paid off, as the House … Continued
Why We Shouldn’t Cut Military Bands From The Budget
Military bands form a tradition — a living tradition that continues even today. But budget tightening and fat cutting have … Continued
This Infographic Tells You Everything You Need To Know About Authorizing War
War has played a critical role in our nation’s history, but over the years authorizing war has significantly changed. If you’ve ever … Continued