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Commentary: Pentagon Must Put Good People in Top Personnel Spot

Quality at the top will translate to the rest of the workforce.

"The proposal was not enough for those on the left and way too much for those of us who believe that the Constitution says the president is the Commander-in-Chief," Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz, said.

The AUMF Was Always a Political Disaster

The incentive to officially declare war against ISIS was never really there.

Vets Sue VA Over Access to Medical Records

Plaintiffs say department has ignored their requests for documents necessary to apply for disability benefits.

Contractors Oppose Plan to Centralize Pentagon Commercial Purchasing

House acquisition reform bill would streamline buys through a central officer.

DoD’s Deputy Inspector General Lynne Halbrooks allegedly suppressed details of the collaboration between Hollywood and senior Obama administration officials.

Newly Revealed Memo Revives Flap Over ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Disclosures

Pentagon Deputy IG Lynne Halbrooks, a key player, resigned last week.

NSA: Rules of War Apply to Cyberwar, Too

In the tightly controlled discussion about cyber weapons, this counts as a step toward transparency.

What Women Want: A Fair Shot at Defense Careers

Start by changing the ‘good old boy’ culture, survey says.

Capitol Police haul away the gyrocopter a U.S. Postal Service worker was able to land on the Capitol lawn earlier this week.

After Gyrocopter Stunt, Lawmakers Want Answers

"This cannot happen again," key members warn.

Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., sponsored the bill.

Panel Approves Bill Allowing VA Secretary to Claw Back Pension Benefits From Misbehaving Feds

Legislation also would cap the number of senior executives eligible for bonuses.

The House Wants to Let You Bring a Gun to Army Corps Land

Spending bill includes another attempt to lift Army Corps ban on firearms.