Lloyd Austin

Senators concerned by military leadership of DoD, but will their votes reflect it?

Senators will hear from Biden’s defense secretary nominee on Jan. 19.

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Military sexual assault reform pledge backed by majority of presidential candidates

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TSP reviewing planned I fund changes amid bipartisan congressional concern

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Pentagon struggles with change management, governance during EHR rollout, as VA looks on

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Jim Mattis

No answer for transgender troops on job security in temporary DoD policy

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Staff Sgt. Micah McDonald, a air surveillance technician with the 176th Air Defense Squadron, Alaska Air National Guard, evaluates radar data during exercise Fencing Rice on JBER, June 14, 2016. Fencing Rice is a local exercise designed to test the unit’s Air Defense response. The 176 ADS employs surveillance, identification, weapons control and data links in support of the Alaskan NORAD region’s 24/7/365 mission to watch and protect the skies over 1.3 million square miles of Alaskan airspace. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Edward Eagerton/released)

Bill orders Pentagon to fix knowledge gap in National Guard, reserve cyber capabilities

When it comes to defending the country from cyber attack, Defense officials have made abundantly clear that they plan to leverage the military’s National…

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D.C.-area lawmakers earn high marks on fed issues scorecard

Members of Congress in the Washington area scored highly yet again on this year’s report card put out by Federally Employed Women.

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Cuts to military pay and benefits can’t wait, Pentagon tells Congress

Defense officials say they are eagerly awaiting next year’s report from a congressionally-chartered commission that’s currently examining military compensation. But officials say intense pressure on the top-line defense budget demands significant changes to personnel spending.

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