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The military has a recruiting problem. That fact has been on display in the past couple months as all of the military services bolster enlistment bonuses and reevaluate their end strength goals for 2022 and 2022.
Experts estimated around 20,000 people are assaulted in the military each year. The Army, Navy and Air Force are implementing new policies aimed at reducing assaults.
In Federal Drive host Tom Temin's final interview of this week's series on naval oceanography, he talks with the Mine Warfare Center's commanding officer, Commander Matthew Watts.
Commander Angela Francis is commanding officer of the Joint Typhoon Warning Center. She joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to tell us more about her job.
This week the Federal Drive is exploring the activities under the Naval Oceanography Operations Command. For details about his work in Yokosuka, Japan, Naval Oceanography Antisubmarine Warfare Center's Commander Christopher Tuggle joined the program.
Large and heavy as they might be, the Navy's ships are affected by weather. Operations and planning depend on knowing what the weather will bring.
Naval Air Station Oceana hosted a graduation ceremony for eight interns who were part of Project SEARCH, a program connecting high school students with intellectual and developmental disabilities to internships and on-the-job training.
The U.S. Marine Corps has halted water operations for its new amphibious combat vehicles while it investigates why two of the seafaring tanks ran into trouble off Southern California's coast this week amid high surf
The four-star commanders of Naval Forces Europe-Africa, U.S. Fleet Forces Command and U.S. Pacific Fleet issued a joint directive on July 14 laying out steps all commanders should take to improve the timeliness and accuracy of sailors’ pay.
A summary of how some federal agencies and the armed forces are celebrated Independence Day
The service brought together high-ranking Navy officials, enlisted sailors, think tank experts, non-governmental organizations, industry and legislative aides to participate in a tabletop exercise focused on responding to a climate event.
There are a lot of reasons behind maintenance delays in the Navy's shipyards. But one, only recently uncovered, is that most of the supplies artisans need to do their jobs aren't on hand when the work starts.
Deborah Loomis, senior adviser for climate change to the Secretary of the Navy, joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin to talk more about it.
The Marines Corps awarded GDIT a task order under the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions (DEOS) contract to test out how they can receive Microsoft Office capabilities both on-premise and in the cloud in a classified environment.
Each week, Defense Reporter Jared Serbu speaks with the managers of the federal government's largest department. Subscribe on PodcastOne or Apple Podcasts.