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Veteran Suicides Highlight Tragic Consequences of Bureaucracy

November 19, 2014 by · Comment
Filed under: Industry Analysis, Syndicated Industry News 
Senate hearing on improving mental health care access for vets poignantly underscores the new secretary’s management challenges.

Why Air Force Cadets Need to Study Philosophy

Greater emphasis on humanities means more well-rounded decision making.

IG: Corruption in Afghanistan Getting ‘Significantly Worse’

A top watchdog said it "seems like nobody is responsible for anything."

Why It’s Too Early to Forget About Ebola

The Ebola outbreak is far from over in West Africa. Pay attention, America.

Mitt Romney Says Obama Shouldn’t Rule Out Boots on the Ground in Iraq

The former presidential contender on Sunday gave the president some advice on both foreign and domestic policy.

Pentagon Orders Overhaul of Nuclear-Missile Squad After Cheating Scandals

The Defense secretary said the force will need billions more in funding over the next five years.

Five Things You Could Buy for the Price of an F-35

November 13, 2014 by · Comment
Filed under: Industry Analysis, Syndicated Industry News 
How $180 million could improve national security.

$300,000 an Hour: The Cost of Fighting ISIS

What price will the U.S. ultimately pay to neutralize the Islamic State?

One in Six Iraq, Afghanistan Veterans Might Have PTSD

It could be decades before we know the depth of veterans' health problems.

The Quiet End to the U.S. Ebola Panic

Calm could work against Obama's request for an additional $6.2 billion to fight the disease both domestically and abroad.

150 Years of Burials at Arlington

A history of the Virginia cemetery where 400,000 U.S. servicemen are interred

Unemployment Among Post-9/11 Vets Is Still High

November 11, 2014 by · Comment
Filed under: Industry Analysis, Syndicated Industry News 
But efforts by the government and the private sector to hire former service members are making a difference, data shows.

How the Defense Department’s Procurement Problems Are Hurting National Security

November 11, 2014 by · Comment
Filed under: Industry Analysis, Syndicated Industry News 
The Pentagon spends too much time and money buying weapons that don't deliver.

Remember: 83,000 American Veterans Are Still Missing

Many of the soldiers "known only unto God" can actually be identified.

Is There a Better Way to Observe Veterans Day?

Other countries offer models for truly nationwide tributes to military service and sacrifice.

The CIA Finally Sets the Record Straight on the True Story Behind Argo

Since joining the service in June, CIA has used its Twitter account to recount unclassified operations throughout history.

Stung at Home, Obama Embarks on His Longest Foreign Trip

The president will spend 10 days in Asia, where leaders know all about his domestic political weakness.

Obama to Send More Troops to Iraq in Fight Against Islamic State

The administration is expected to ask for more war funding to help battle the terrorist group.

John McCain Poised to Control Senate’s Defense Policy

Move will give the hawk an influential avenue to merge his two favorite roles: administration critic and legislative deal maker.

Government Seeks Vets Interested in STEM Jobs

November 4, 2014 by · Comment
Filed under: Industry Analysis, Syndicated Industry News 
A new program designed to attract vets in science, technology, engineering and math will launch in 2015.

Defense Civilians Can Opt Out of Ebola Quarantine

November 3, 2014 by · Comment
Filed under: Industry Analysis, Syndicated Industry News 
Service members, however, are required to go into 21-day isolation after leaving West Africa.

Victims of Toxic Chemicals Fight for Benefits From VA

Former Marines who spent time at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina are among the victims.

Did a SEAL Team Six Member Violate the Espionage Act?

At the top, federal employees leak with impunity. At the bottom, they're at the mercy of an opaque apparatus that masquerades as justice.

F-35 Engine Fix Coming, Program Chief Says

WASHINGTON, Oct. 31, 2014 – The head of the F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighter program office said yesterday that he expects to have decided on a permanent solution by the end of December for the design issue that caused an engine to fail in …

Troops, Defense Employees Will Have Less Money for Extended Travel Starting Nov. 1

October 31, 2014 by · Comment
Filed under: Industry Analysis, Syndicated Industry News 
Opponents of a new policy designed to cut costs had hoped the Pentagon would delay its implementation, pending further debate.

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