With the number of U.S. troops who suffered traumatic brain injuries in the Jan. 8, Iranian attack on Ayn Al-Asad Airbase now up to 110, many are wondering how the Defense Department is classifying and…
Tensions may be slightly calmer between the United States and Iran, but in the cyber world the stakes are always high between the two countries.
Heightened tensions between the U.S. and Iran last month kept agencies on high alert over the threat of an Iranian cyber-attack. But even as those tensions cool, cybersecurity officials have warned agencies to remain vigilant.
The Congressional Brain Injury Task Force sent a letter to DoD expressing concern about possible blast injuries and concussions of the 11 service members injured in the Jan. 8 attack on Al-Asad Airbase in Iraq.
Draft rumors aside, here’s a few real facts about the Selective Service System.
For an update on what’s really going on at the Selective Service, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to its director, Donald Benton.
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Recent tension between the U.S. and Iran have given CISA an opportunity to test its cyber threat intelligence-sharing capabilities in the new year.
In today’s Federal Newscast, after fake notifications were sent out, the Army reiterates, despite rising tensions with Iran, there are no plans to initiate a draft.
The United States is preparing for retaliation from Iran, but what does that mean for federal employees?