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"Managers should know the complete history of their staff or potential staff members," said Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio.

House Backs Bill Ensuring Reprimands Remain on VA Employees’ Records

Admonishments and reprimands currently disappear after a few years.

The Navy experimental unmanned aircraft, the X-47B, does a fly by above the nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt.

Navy Needs Help Making Sure Its Drones are Hack-Proof

Aerial weapons systems were not expected to become part of the so-called Internet of Things.

House Benghazi Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy

The House Benghazi Committee Has Some Questions for Clinton Ally Sidney Blumenthal

The longtime family confidante's messages to Hillary Clinton on Libya are drawing fresh attention.

Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain, R-Ariz., believes the Pentagon's staff is bloated.

Senate Defense Bill Lays Out Acquisition Reforms, HQ Personnel Cuts

McCain lauds trims of $10 billion in “unnecessary spending.”

Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga.

Compensation Plan for U.S. Hostages Held in Iran Advances

President Obama expected to sign nuclear-talks act with pledge separate from Isakson bill.

U.S. Army soldiers patrol the Korengal Valley in Afghanistan's Kunar province in 2009.

House Passes Major Bill Overhauling Military Retirement

The fiscal 2016 Defense authorization act automatically enrolls new troops into the Thrift Savings Plan.

SIGAR staff at the Kabul Airport in Afghanistan in January 2014.

U.S. Bid to Stand Up Afghan Aviation Capabilities Falters

SIGAR warns $562 million effort may require a new training contract.

An Airman checks the pressure on a tires at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, on Jan. 14, 2015.

A New Way To Help Our Troops Enter the Workforce

The Pentagon’s latest initiative connects employers to troops before they leave the military, so they’re better trained and ready to work when they do.