The Senate confirmed a new head of the Navy’s Fleet Cyber Command and new chief of staff of the Air Force.
The Bipartisan Policy Center is forming a task force to tackle the tough military personnel issues.
One of DoD’s top policy civilians marched in a gay pride parade this past weekend. It was more than just a walk.
The Republican team broke its seven-year losing streak against the Democrats during Thursday’s Congressional Baseball Game with an 8-7 victory.
The Defense Department is still searching for a solid answer on how it will respond to a cyber attack on U.S. infrastructure.
Army Chief of Staff Mark Milley wants brigades that can pivot from training U.S. partners to training new recruits in a catastrophic situation.
Paige Hinkle-Bowles is taking over for retired Deputy Assistant Deputy Secretary of the Navy for Civilian Human Resources Patricia Adams.
Congressional staffers addressed some of the President’s concerns with the 2017 defense authorization bill.
DoD’s Third Offset strategy started investing in new areas last year to give the U.S. a technological advantage.
The Air Force is down 4,000 maintainers and it won’t see them in full force for quite some time.
The Senate left hundreds of amendments on the floor when it passed the defense authorization bill. Federal News Radio takes a look at some of the more interesting ones.
As part of Federal News Radio’s look into some of the more unusual jobs in government, Melissa Winter, a recreation therapist at Edward Hines Hospital shared some of the joys and challenges of her job working with blind veterans.
The Army has 100,000 non-deployable troops, mostly due to medical reasons, Vice Army Chief of Staff Gen. Daniel Allyn says only 10,000 will be eligible to fight again.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced he is adding three members to the Defense Innovation Advisory Board. Two of them are technologists and Silicon Valley regulars.