Marine Corps

DoD Cloud Exchange 2023: Space Force, Marine Corps and Leidos leaders on taking tactical advantage of data in the cloud

Space Force, Marine Corps and Leidos experts discuss how the cloud is enabling smart data use and improving decision-making by warfighters during Federal…

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Inside DoD’s technology-heavy 2024 budget

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The Defense Department is urged to get a better handle on its tactical aircraft investments

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Several military branches poised to miss recruitment targets for fiscal 2022

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Marine Corps says it’s willing to go to negotiating table to keep talented service members

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FILE - Amphibious Assault Vehicles storm Red Beach during exercises at Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 2, 2010. The U.S. Marine Corps will keep its new amphibious combat vehicle - a kind of seafaring tank - out of the water while it investigates why two of the vehicles ran into troubles off the Southern California coast this week amid high surf, military officials said Wednesday, July 20, 2022. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi, File)

Marines halt new amphibious vehicle use at sea after mishaps

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FILE - In this Nov. 14, 2019, photo, Jon Combes holds his bottle of buprenorphine, a medicine that prevents withdrawal sickness in people trying to stop using opiates, as he prepares to take a dose in a clinic in Olympia, Wash. The U.S. Department of Justice made clear, Tuesday, April 2, 2022, that barring the use of medication treatment for opioid abuse is a violation of federal law. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)

Fewer federal employees are addicted to opioids thanks to this Labor Department employee

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Yet another lawsuit challenging military’s religious accommodation process for vaccines

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Dr. Rogers Cain, right, a primary care doctor, confers with office manager Cassandra Robinson, at his practice, Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2021, in Jacksonville, Fla. Cain said it was easier to convince his elderly patients to get the vaccine but his patients under the age of 50 remain skeptical. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

Federal workers injured on the job may soon have more treatment options

In today’s Federal Newscast, a bill passes the House giving federal workers who get injured on the job better access to workers’ compensation.

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Nowhere safe to hide: What online harassment is doing to service members and the military

Social media and text messaging are now a way of life for people in the military — they use the services to keep in contact with friends, for recruiting,…

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How to develop the cyber warfare leaders the military needs

The armed services need to expend their numbers of high-ranking cybersecurity and cyber warfare officers.

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