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Convicted General Could Still Get Big Pension

Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair, who was reprimanded and fined for adultery and improper relationships, is seeking to be allowed to retire as a general.

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Software Continues to Plague $397 Billion F-35 Project, GAO Finds

Marines may not meet July 2015 operational target.

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Computer Security Problems at VA More Than Doubled in the Past Six Years

Department still lags in network security after 16 years of warnings.

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Obama and Lawmakers Plan to End Mass Surveillance

The White House and the House Intelligence Committee plan to soon unveil their proposals to reform NSA spying.

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The Myth Behind the Hollow Force

The disconnect lies in the difference between a smaller force and a hollow force. By Russell Rumbaugh

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GAO Questions Affordability of F-35 Joint Strike Fighter

Total acquisition cost of $390 billion “may not be achievable,” watchdog warns.

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Opinion: The Feud Between the CIA and the Senate Is Not a Problem -- It's a Glimmer of Hope

Our adversarial, Madisonian system may be alive after all.

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Think the Pentagon Isn’t Serious About Asia? Think Again

Next month, Hagel hosts a 3-day summit of 10 defense ministers from ASEAN and beyond, and that’s something. By Brian Harding

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Why Aircraft Carrier Workers Deserve a Better Plan from the Pentagon

Predictable and stable work is what the aircraft carrier industrial base needs. By Rick Giannini and Darrell Grow

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Summits Are Nice but Obama Needs to Do More for Nuclear Security

The Obama administration started the Nuclear Security Summit convening this week. Now it needs to pick up the pace before terrorists get a bomb. By Joe ...

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