(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)Joe Biden

Trump administration was a mixed bag for military personnel, Biden has opportunity on his side, analysts say

Biden has a chance to appoint people who will address systemic personnel issues in the military.

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Focus on military families, defense strategy changes likely coming under Biden administration

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Army diversity policy gets high marks, but more insidious issues of racism still lurk

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‘Fourth estate’ agencies safe from cuts for now as Congress rolls out its final version of the 2019 NDAA

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3 things DoD wants in 2019 NDAA that could affect you and your pet seal

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Outgoing DoD personnel chief says reforms were inevitable, more to come

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DoD IG finds misuse of employees by former personnel official

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Future Force chief steps down amid workplace controversy

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Carter defends Force of Future after congressional criticism

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James Inhofe

Future Force lead’s nomination stagnates amid whistleblower concerns

Sen. Jim Inhofe asked the Armed Services Committee to delay voting out Brad Carson’s nomination for undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness…

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DoD’s new personnel chief seeks less ‘churn’ in military leadership ranks

Brad Carson has been nominated as the undersecretary of Defense for personnel and readiness, the White House announced Tuesday. Carson is already the department’s…

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Lt. Gen. David Barno, Visiting Scholar, American University

Acting Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness Brad Carson calls the military\’s personnel system \”almost Soviet\” because of how rigid it is. He will deliver a new plan to Defense Secretary Ash Carter by Aug. 19. Retired Army Lt. Gen David Barno is a distinguished practitioner in residence at American University. On In Depth with Francis Rose, he says if anyone can drive progress in DoD\’s personnel system in the year and a half the administration has left, it\’s Brad Carson.

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