(AP Photo/Steve Helber)This Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2006 file photo shows members of Alpha Company of the 244th Quartermasters battalion march to the physical fitness track at the Ft. Lee Army base in Ft. Lee, Va. As much as President Donald Trump enjoys talking about winning and winners, the Confederate generals he vows will not have their names removed from U.S. military bases were not only on the losing side of rebellion against the United States, some weren't even considered good generals. Or even good men. The 10 generals include some who made costly battlefield blunders; others mistreated captured Union soldiers, some were slaveholders, and one was linked to the Ku Klux Klan after the war. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)

Many DoD bases expected to restrict travel ahead of holidays as COVID cases rise

The military is seeing nearly 1,000 service members diagnosed with COVID per day.

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Current Army budget may make modernizing more difficult

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Pentagon preparing first comprehensive strategy for Joint All-Domain Command and Control

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DCSA juggling security clearance transformation, agency transition efforts

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(Victoria Evans)Soldiers in initial military training at Fort Jackson, S. C., line up to eat, May 11, 2020. (Victoria Evans)

Military setting record COVID cases as nationwide numbers balloon

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U.S. Navy/MC1 Byron C. LinderSOUTH PACIFIC (July 9, 2017) Operations Specialist 1st Class Charles Hammond, from Kansas City, Missouri, monitors tracks aboard Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Sterett (DDG 104) during an air defense exercise comprised of Sterett, amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6), amphibious transport dock USS Green Bay (LPD 20), amphibious dock landing ship USS Ashland (LSD 48), Royal Australian Navy frigate helicopter HMAS Ballarat (FFH 155), Royal Australian Navy guided missile frigate HMAS Darwin (FFG 04), and Royal Australian Navy frigate helicopter HMAS Toowoomba (FFH 156) as part of Talisman Saber 17. Sterett, part of a combined U.S.-Australia-New Zealand expeditionary strike group (ESG), is undergoing a series of scenarios that will increase proficiencies defending the ESG against blue-water threats so amphibious forces can launch Marine forces ashore in the littorals. Talisman Saber is a biennial U.S.-Australia bilateral exercise held off the coast of Australia meant to achieve interoperability and strengthen the U.S.-Australia alliance. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Byron C. Linder/Released)170709-N-ZW825-895

Navy seeing ‘explosion’ in use of OTA for IT, cyber development work

The Navy was a relative latecomer to other transaction agreements, but the service’s usage of OTAs in the IT space has surged, and the service is moving…

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DoD wants industry’s help in taking out space trash

Debris orbiting the Earth is getting out of hand and the military thinks businesses can help solve the problem.

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U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Laurie Dexter/ReleasedPACIFIC OCEAN (June 29, 2013) Engineman 2nd Class Jeffrey Le, left, and Fireman Elizabeth Lafferty conduct maintenance aboard the amphibious dock landing ship USS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52). Pearl Harbor, underway for Pacific Partnership 2013, is en route to the Republic of the Marshall Islands.

Navy still struggling with on time vessel maintenance

Navy vessels stay consistently in maintenance bays longer than scheduled. Navy cites lack of shipyard capacity as one reason. But there’s more according to the Government Accountability Office.

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