The Marine Corps wants to add cyber training to boot camp and has new incentives for civilian hires.
The Defense Department is making some changes to meet its readiness challenges, but it needs more support from Congress and civilian government.
Correction: Marines-Training Accident story
This is a critical year for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program. Already the most expensive military program ever, the number of all-weather, stealthy combat aircraft the Pentagon can buy each year will depend primarily upon orders from international buyers.
You’ve heard of agile software development? This Marine Corps engineer took an agile approach to re-designing body armor.
A House panel wants to make it illegal to share intimate photos without consent. The panel also wants to expand help for male victims of sexual assault.
Military facility sustainment has been one of the hardest-hit portions of the Defense budget over the last several years. Still, installations do find new ways to meet their missions without more money.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a former Marine staff sergeant pleads guilty to stealing from the helicopter squadron responsible for transporting the president.
The Marine Corps updated its separation policy in wake of the Marines United scandal.
In today’s Federal Newscast, DoD’s inspector general found the department complied with only one of the six requirements of the act by reporting improper payment rates of less than 10 percent.
Acting Defense Department Chief Information Officer John Zangardi said he is taking a “risk-aware” approach when it comes to meeting his priorities, some of which include improving effectiveness and efficiency, learning to “speak warfighter,” and defining cyber responsibilities.
Months before the nude Marine photo-sharing scandal erupted, service members were complaining about a similar issue in an anonymous Defense Department survey on sexual assault and harassment.
Fifteen organizations, both liberal and conservative, called on the White House to use a scalpel rather than a meat ax to cut DoD civilian employees.
The Defense Department won’t have any problems spending money if Congress can pass a budget next week.