A new drug developed by the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, called Tafenoquine, has the potential to eradicate malaria. It recently received approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
The Army is in charge of about a million soldiers and those troops have concerns, ideas and comments for their leaders.
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Federal News Network’s Jared Serbu spoke with Lt. Gen. Ed Daly, deputy commander of the materiel command, at this week’s Association of the U.S. Army conference in Washington.
The Army is still figuring out how to deal with soldiers who are nondeployable for a year or more.
Army says it wants industry ideas to build ‘installations of the future’ from monitoring energy usage, to family life on the base.
Maj. Gen. John Morrison, the commander of the Cyber Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon, Georgia, said the base has a lot of change right now.
The Army’s deputy chief of staff for personnel discussed intentions to move away from a personnel system that uses cookie-cutter career paths.
Secretary of the Army Mark Esper says having a full budget on time means they can start training, maintaining equipment and making purchases at start of fiscal year with more certainty.
The Army is overhauling the way it recruits after a sour 2018. This includes exploring social media, Twitch and even memes as a way to reach potential recruits.
Only 20 percent of the Army’s cyber teams are made up of civilians. The Army is analyzing whether that’s the right ratio in an environment where every uniformed servicemember is expected to be able to deploy to combat.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report from the Homeland Security Department says large agricultural operations face cyber threats like data theft, and even destruction of large-scale farm equipment.
Top Army leaders say it will take time to overcome the recruiting challenges that caused them to miss their enlistment goal this year
Government Accountability Office looked at Army and DoD implementation of 35 recommendations to shore up the safety of the military’s biological agents program.