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Army will now assume soldiers are missing and not AWOL after multiple deaths this summer

The purpose is to change the connotation around soldiers who do not report to duty and to actively look for them.

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Army plans on saving $10 billion more from Night Court, but things are getting tougher

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Military services call for halt in transition of hospitals to DHA

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Smith: No more corona relief for defense businesses, stop messing with CMO

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Army is taking limited steps to counter racial divisiveness

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House panel wants to slow military cuts to medical staff and facilities

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Army taking steps with DoD to rethink medical facility changes

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FILE - In this Jan. 9, 2008 photo released by the U.S. Navy, The Ohio-class ballistic-missile submarine USS Wyoming approaches Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Ga. The Pentagon's top policy official tells The Associated Press that the United States for the first time has deployed the newest addition to its nuclear arsenal — a submarine-launched weapon that the Trump administration says will make nuclear war less likely.  (Lt. Rebecca Rebarich/U.S. Navy via AP)

Military leaders prepare their case for divesting unneeded weapons systems

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US Army doctor holding stethoscope - studio shot

Internal memo shows Army wants to halt MTF transfers to DHA

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Military considering dropping some housing contractors after botched mold cleanup

The military services are getting fed up with housing contractors that are not cleaning up issues with service members’ homes.

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Revolution in the Army?

A new talent management system is among the biggest changes since Army went volunteer.

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FILE - In this April 2, 2015, file photo, a visitor leaves the Sacramento Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Rancho Cordova, Calif. A new program that was supposed to get patients off waiting lists at Veterans Affairs medical centers by letting them switch to private-sector doctors is proving to be an even bigger disappointment than initially thought. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)

GAO says VA needs plan for coming retirement wave

In today’s Federal Newscast, the Government Accountability Offices says one-third of the Veterans Affairs workforce is eligible to retire by 2022, and the agency has no succession plan in place.

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