A program aimed at helping transitioning soldiers is building its social media presence.
Building a force for space would free its troops up from Air Force requirements, but is it worth it?
The Air Force is suggesting doing security clearance interviews by Skype to speed up the process.
The Air Force is cutting base visits and media interviews for fear of “giving insights to our adversaries, which could erode our military advantage” in what it calls a public relations reset.
The bill will allow troops to use tuition assistance for certifications and licensing.
The Navy is giving sailors leaving the force a golden ticket to return to active duty.
The Air Force rolled out two personnel initiatives last week. The service announced the creation of an information operations technical training school, which is expected to open in 2019.
Gen. Glenn Walters, the Marine Corps assistant commandant, said less than 0.5 percent of the Marine total force is “truly non-deployable.”
As the the Internet of Things and 5G become more prevalent, analysts say the government needs a strategy on how it buys hardware and software.
After three years of reforms, Congress is getting its report card from the military.
The Defense Department is worried about being able to spend the $700 billion it will be given if Congress passes an appropriations bill.
The Air Force is making some of the authorities in its rapid capabilities office usable on a broader scale.
The bill would set up a tax-free fund spending account for military families so they can reserve pre-tax dollars from their paychecks to pay for out-of-pocket childcare expenses.
The Defense Department is ready to automate its cybersecurity scorecard, it just needs to get there.