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The Pentagon says it’s upholding the original intent of the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill by insisting that a key component of the bill is not an entitlement, and only a retention incentive.
The Pentagon’s inspector general says the Army intentionally misrepresented how much money it would need to pay civilian salaries in order to dodge other headquarters cuts
The Defense Department rolled out the biggest budget request in its history Monday, seeking $686 billion for fiscal 2019.
It’s not always easy for an individual veteran to figure out which service he or she may be eligible for. Now, there’s an app for that
DoD used planned system outage to prepare for transition to new TRICARE contractors, changes to health benefits
Besides proportioning DoD’s appropriations into roughly the same accounts officials had asked for, the plan includes a 2.1 percent pay raise for both military members and civilians.
For the third year in a row, members of the House and Senate are trying to undo an unpopular 2014 DoD policy change that drastically cut reimbursement rates for military members and civilians on long-term travel.
The Defense Department started to move this week into the implementation phase of the new military retirement system Congress ordered it to set up just over a year ago, including through an exhaustive education campaign designed to make sure service members understand how the new system works.
The Pentagon said Tuesday that it expects to reach final decisions by July on each of the more than 17,000 cases in which soldiers were paid large bonuses to re-enlist during the heights of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan only to be told years later that they must give the money back.