Lendlease plans to renovate 12,000 homes across Army installations and build 1,200 new homes.
"There is not a pit in hell deep enough that I would like to see them burn in"
A DoD official said the privatized housing issue is "not the systemic issue that it sounds like it is."
"What I don’t want to do is promise a right that I can’t deliver on," Secretary Esper said on Wednesday.
""The Army will improve homes, communities, and customer service...through the candid feedback we receive from our soldiers and their families."
As of Sept. 26, the Pentagon needed to fill 14 vacant positions.
Things are...about what you expected.
Becker's ouster was not related to his command's housing mission, an Army spokeswoman said.
Eighty-eight homes at Fort Bragg were flagged for risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. The issue came to officials' attention after...
I, for one, am shocked.
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