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 A member of the 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron refuels a 74th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron A-10C Thunderbolt II in February.

Air Force Wants New Plane to Replace A-10, Fight ISIS

Generals float idea of new CAS aircraft — and beyond that, an “arsenal plane” or “flying Coke machine.”

Staff Sgt. Shelda  Mairel directs communication in Kandahar in 2014.

The Senate Passed a Bill Requiring Women to Register For the Draft

Under the bill, women would have to register for the draft if they turned 18 on or after Jan. 1, 2018.

Senate Moves to Change Vets’ Preference in Federal Hiring

Defense authorization bill conferees will have to decide whether to include the change in the final version of the legislation.

Those Lost Investigation Files Have Been Found, Air Force Says

The service is still investigating how files from more 100,000 inspector general cases — and their backups — became corrupted.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., is one of the lawmakers who signed the letter.

Lawmakers Blast Pentagon Watchdog, Following Complaints from Frustrated Whistleblowers

Letter to acting IG cites “persistent, systemic issues” in case management.

Latest guidance on the issue comes just days after the terrorist attack at a gay club in Orlando, Fla., that killed 49 people and wounded at least 53.

Federal Contractor Guidance on Prohibiting LGBT Discrimination Arrives Amid Heated Congressional Debate

Rule implementing Obama executive order seeks to clarify new requirements and help contractors avoid sex and pay discrimination.

Law enforcement officers speak Sunday outside Pulse.

How Counterterrorism Funds Ended Up in the Orlando Terrorist's Pocket

The U.S. spends billions a year on counterterrorism, with generally poor oversight.

The files went up in figurative smoke, like the target of this A-10 on a training run in Nevada.

Computer Crash Wipes Out Years of Air Force Investigation Records

Fraud and abuse investigations dating back to 2004 vanished when a database became corrupted, service officials said.

A Seawolf-class submarine, as above, carries an internal accelerometer so it can still benefit from GPS.

POSYDON Is Like GPS, But for Underwater Drones

The U.S. Navy is developing a new kind of system—built specifically for drone submarines.

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