The Air Force let go of more than 1,100 airmen in 2015 and 2016 as part of its 2014 force reduction.
The 2018 budget proposal funds programs that will keep airmen in the service and better their life outside the military.
The military’s top reserve officers told Congress they have too many other issues to prioritize over duty status pay and benefits.
The Defense Department is requesting $575 billion in its base budget, a $52 billion increase from last year to help increase readiness.
The Air Force is getting about 5,000 visitors a day on its site created to aggregate ideas on how to better squadrons.
Industry and lawmakers generally like the bill, but think it might need to be fleshed out a little more.
The House Appropriations Defense Subcommittee Chairwoman says her subcommittee is working toward President Donald Trump’s requested budget.
House Armed Services Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) calls for the Pentagon to enter into private commercial marketplaces.
The Section 809 Panel, tasked by Congress to streamline defense acquisition, is giving its initial recommendations just one day before a major acquisition reform bill goes public.
The Air Force is asking airmen to log in online to comment, share and vote on ideas that will better its squadron units. The crowdsourcing initiative is part of a larger push started by Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein to fundamentally change the service.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff are rehashing some controversial personnel reform ideas from the Obama administration.
A survey finds inspectors general worried about the hiring freeze and budget cuts that could cost more money than they would save.
The Marine Corps updated its separation policy in wake of the Marines United scandal.
The new chairman and ranking member of the House Armed Services Personnel Subcommittee tell Federal News Radio what they are thinking for the next NDAA.
The Senate Armed Services Personnel Subcommittee is preparing its provisions for the 2018 defense authorization bill and this week it heard from some former top DoD officials. Family life seemed to be the bottom line for a lot of military issues. Employees want to be able to move between the civilian and military world, they want quality childcare for their children and they want their spouses to be happy and be able to work where they are stationed.