The Air Force says it will no longer require its most-junior airmen to go through formal performance reviews. Officials framed the move as the latest in a series of steps to reduce administrative burdens.
Audit finds more than 250 ways in which DoD’s Qatar base violates the department’s own safety standards, similar to recent findings at other overseas installations.
A British air base used by the U.S. Air Force was scouted out in 2015 by an Islamic extremist who eventually received a life sentence for plotting an attack against U.S. military personnel
The Navy is in the midst of changing its wireless coverage policy to provide better service.
The Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapons Systems is trying to bake cybersecurity into weapons programs, but funding issues are slowing the process.
Online chat with Bill Marion II, the Air Force’s Deputy Chief, Information Dominance and Deputy Chief Information Officer.
The Pentagon’s inspector general has begun its formal review of the military services’ procedures for sending criminal record information to the FBI.
Lawmakers are authorizing a budget nearly $80 billion above the sequestration caps.
The Air Force wants even more retired pilots to get back into the cockpit.
Other Transaction Authority contracts are gaining popularity in the Pentagon and military services.
The Air Force is creating a blanket charter based on its RCO that will help acquisition programs move faster.
Cyber attacks travel at the speed of light and nothing the military has can keep up, least of all the acquisition process.
As space becomes more of a contested domain, Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson says the Air Force needs to step up its game.
The Air Force’s decision to consolidate base support functions has gone some way toward the goal of reducing headquarters staffs, but officials see its real value in gathering enterprise-level information.