Norfolk Naval Shipyard’s (NNSY) Veteran Employee Readiness Group (VET-ERG) collaborated with Naval Support Activity (NSA) Hampton Roads, Portsmouth Annex, for a flag placement ceremony Nov. 9 at the Captain Ted Conaway Memorial Naval Cemetery in Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP) in honor of Veterans Day, placing flags on more than 880 graves of fallen service members from eight countries.

OPM reminds agencies of their obligations to reservist employees

In today’s Federal Newscast: “On this Veterans Day, OPM reminds agencies of their obligations to federal employees, who are called to active-duty military…

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

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What should the Navy’s next generation of ships look like?

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Army isn’t only green anymore as leaders address race

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Thomas Waldhauser, Joseph Votel, Kathryn Wheelbarger

Another senior DoD official stepping down

Another senior Pentagon official is resigning. Katie Wheelbarger, the acting assistant secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs submitted…

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Secretary of Defense Mark Esper speaks as Attorney General William Barr, left and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo look on, during a joint briefing, Thursday, June 11, 2020 at the State Department in Washington, on an executive order signed by President Donald Trump aimed at the International Criminal Court. Trump has lobbed a broadside attack against the International Criminal Court. He's authorizing economic sanctions and travel restrictions against court workers directly involved in investigating American troops and intelligence officials for possible war crimes in Afghanistan without U.S. consent. The executive order Trump signed on Thursday marks his administration’s latest attack against international organizations, treaties and agreements that do not hew to its policies.  (Yuri Gripas/Pool via AP)

DoD creates board to provide concrete recommendations on race and diversity

A committee will give the Pentagon suggestions in six months.

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FILE - This March 27, 2008 file photo shows the Pentagon in Washington.  New Defense Department guidelines say that anyone who has been hospitalized for the coronavirus won’t be allowed to enlist in the military unless they get a special medical waiver.  (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File)

Bases in most states, 5 countries now eligible to lift military stop-move order

Thirty-nine states have seen downward trends in COVID-19 infection rates.

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