Omnibus bill adds more than $1 billion in facility upkeep funding, an area DoD has knowingly neglected in its budgets for at least a decade.
The Air Force is taking a hard look at which of its policies are prohibitive to female airmen and likely to discourage them from serving or continuing to serve.
If the U.S. military's modernizing efforts don't go faster than its aging process, the country's got a problem.
The U.S. military gets legal advice from the JAGs before using force, but the Air Force is seeing if AI can improve and speed up that advice.
One of the Navy's diagnoses for poor user experience is endpoint security run amok, multiple malware scanners fighting each other constantly. The service has a plan to fix at least that part of the problem.
In today's Federal Newscast, Immigration and Customs Enforcement says it requires the expertise and analysis of industry-leading zero Trust analysts, consultants and practitioners to meet the new White House requirements.
The Air Force will take a comprehensive look at its science and technologies projects for its 2024 budget to see which it will try to take to fruition, and which will be getting the ax.
The mixture of COVID and the addition of a new branch of the military are making this year’s CR particularly challenging for the military service personnel chiefs.
In today's Federal Newscast, a report for the Defense Department Inspector General says providing shots on bases were particularly important since they were less available in civilian facilities overseas.
More than two dozen people were killed, including eight children, when Devin Patrick Kelley opened fire during a Sunday service at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas, in 2017.
In today's Federal Newscast, immigration judges would no longer be part of the Justice Department, if a bill introduced in the House passes.
Most people think of Santa Claus when they think of NORAD. But the North American Aerospace Defense Command has a crucial mission that is ever evolving with new threats.
A Guam community group is challenging the U.S. Air Force's plans to blow up bombs and other waste munitions at a base on the U.S. territory.
The service is on target for the first quarter of 2022, but the second half of the year will be an uphill battle.