After two years of trouble, the National Guard is still hurting for cyber troops.
Like NFL players, service members are vulnerable to head injuries that may cause long-term damage.
The D.C. District Court struck down a request by the Defense Department to delay the accession of transgender people into the military.
The Defense Department claims allowing transgender people to join the military by the beginning of the year will be an burden on the Pentagon.
Defense and aerospace companies are calling on Congress to come to a decision to avert budget cuts.
Four months into his tenure the Army CIO explains his vision for the future.
Readiness is a tricky word and it gets even trickier when the military is asking for money.
Some women who hold or have held senior positions at the State Department and Defense Department are speaking out against sexual harassment.
The Defense Department wants its secure work areas to look like any other work area.
A new policy allows mobile devices in some secure areas if it can be justified as needed for the mission.
The Navy is in the midst of changing its wireless coverage policy to provide better service.
Sesame Workshop and DoD pair up to help military families develop coping mechanisms for life after deployment and other challenges.
The 2018 defense authorization bill makes changes to immigration, child care and spouse licensing policies.
The Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapons Systems is trying to bake cybersecurity into weapons programs, but funding issues are slowing the process.