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Mechanics at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., inspect a UH-1N Huey.

Some Feds Just Got a 34 Percent Pay Boost

The change affects blue-collar workers in western North Dakota, where the oil and natural gas boom have increased private wages and the cost of living.

A customer checks out at the commissary at Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C.

Union Decries Pentagon’s Proposed Cuts to Commissary Subsidy

AFGE warns of “Walmartization” as DoD retailers struggle to stay open.

TSA Gave Expedited Screening to Former Domestic Terror Group Member

A supervisor overruled an alert officer who recognized the felon and raised concerns.

An F-35 Integrated Test Force completes a series of night flights, on December 27, 2013.

Pentagon: The Costs of Major Weapon Systems Are Finally Coming Down

More than four years since Ashton Carter took on reforming Pentagon acquisition, the cost of the largest arms projects is beginning to stabilize, defense officials say.

Michael Vickers, then-acting undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence and the Assistant Secretary of Defense, greets U.S. Special Forces soldiers from Special Operations Task Force East on Forward Operating Base Salerno, Khowst province, Afghanistan.

The Pentagon’s Top Intelligence Chief Is Out

Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Michael Vickers announced his retirement from service by the end of April.

Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark. salutes his supporters at his election watch party in North Little Rock, Ark., Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014. Cotton defeated incumbent Sen., Mark Pryor.

Tom Cotton, the GOP's Newest Hawk, Takes Flight

Is Sen. Tom Cotton the hawk to lead the GOP back to national security supremacy?

Study: Americans Are Mostly OK With Government Surveillance

Americans seem to have greeted the revelations about government snooping from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden with a shrug.

DISA Drops $1.6B Contract after Controversy

The cancellation comes as several companies protested the award in February.

The Daily Beast counted six former Homeland Security Department employees imprisoned for sex crimes.

Is There a 'Sickening Child Porn Crisis Infecting' the Federal Government?

Arrest of State Department employee Sunday on voyeurism charges is the latest sign of a much bigger problem, Daily Beast reports.

The Enterprise Carrier Strike Group transits the Atlantic Ocean, on March 22, 2012.

Navy To Increase the Number of Deployed Ships to the Middle East, Asia

The U.S. Navy’s new maritime strategy calls for more forward-deployed ships and preparing for war against a near-peer and insurgents, including Islamic State militants.