The Defense Department concurred with all of the Future of the Army Commission’s recommendations involving the Pentagon.
Dr. Kris Darling and Scott Grendahl of the Army Research Laboratory explain the significance of their discovery.
After years of shrinking the force, the Army is suddenly in growth mode again, creating new challenges for recruiters.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin interviewed Army leaders on a variety of topics at the recent 2017 Association of the U.S. Army conference in Washington, D.C.
The Army hasn’t achieved a number like that in the past 20 years without violating DoD’s quality standards.
To combat the Army’s nondeployability problem, the service wants to add deployment pay and cut tuition assistance for non-deployable soldiers.
The Army Materiel Command is working with its vast supply chain to tighten things up in a methodology known as prepositioning.
U.S. Army Africa is helping to bolster American interests there, without having a whole lot of soldiers to do it.
U.S. Army North has a short roster of permanent billets, but it has big leverage when help is needed, like with hurricane cleanup in Puerto Rico.
Leading the Army’s reevaluation of its facilities is Randy Robinson, the acting assistant Army secretary for installations, environment and energy.
The human side of the Army is in large measure the responsibility of Lt. Gen. Thomas Seamands, the deputy chief of staff.
The Army says its new plan to modernize networks differs from past efforts because it’s “threat-informed” by recent developments in modern warfare.
The Army has launched a four-month project to create a new “modernization command,” and plans to have it fully functional by next summer.
The National Guard is looking to commanders to deal with burdensome training requirements.