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The cascading effects of the Obama administration\'s decision to pull thousands of soldiers out of Iraq and Afghanistan are rippling through the National Guard.
The White House has asked the Pentagon for initial recommendations for the U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan in 2014. It is the first step in planning the final U.S. drawdown, despite a bleak security outlook.
The Postal Service will stop accepting mail addressed to military post offices in Iraq starting Nov. 17th. Those responsibilities will transition to State Department embassy or consulate post offices.
The Christian Science Monitor has estimates from leading economists.
Senior defense leaders told Congress they\'ve already made huge steps toward implementing the recommendations of the Commission on Wartime Contracting. Former members of the panel say DoD still has a lot of work to do.
The goal is to transition the airspace back to Iraqi control before the last plane carrying Americans takes off.
The Air Force says it is nearly ready to turn air traffic control in Iraq over to Iraqis as part of Operation New Dawn.
As Congress and the White House duke it out over the debt ceiling debate. Federal workers are left to wonder what will happen to them. Federal News radio’s senior correspondent Mike Causey says right now…
Leon Panetta is in Iraq for his first visit since taking the helm at the Pentagon. Learn more in your DoD Report
Commentator Barlow Herget says America needs to stop messing with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and focus on job creation at home.
Jess Ford is Director of International Affairs and Trade at GAO.
Fewer than seven months remain before the U.S. military is scheduled to leave Iraq, and the handoff from DoD to diplomats is in full swing. Federal News Radio\'s Francis Rose spoke with former Ambassador Ronald Neumann about the buildup of American soft power.
Unless changes are made \"the United States faces new waves of waste in Iraq and Afghanistan\" according to the Commission on Wartime Contracting. USAID, the Departments of Defense and State are singled out in a new commission report for their inadequate planning.
Federal News Radio hears about the drawdown process and how the military is working to achieve its goals and deadlines from Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan.