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Defense Secretary Ash Carter signs the guest board at Galvanize San Francisco in March.

Pentagon Shakes Up Silicon Valley Outreach

Defense Secretary Ash Carter gives DIUx new leaders, a new office, and a promotion.

The Newest Customers for the Tech Behind Bitcoin are NATO and the American Military

Blockchain can be used for secure messaging and more efficient operations.

An attendee holds a sign during a press conference in Denver in November.

The United States Has Taken in Only 17% of the Syrian Refugees It Pledged This Year

Canada, by comparison, has accepted more than 25,000 people in its refugee resettlement program.

Cadet color guard on parade in 2001 at West Point.

West Point Won't Punish Cadets Seen in Photograph With Their Fists Raised

Controversy over the photograph, taken on April 26, erupted after it was published in the Army Times.

Donald Trump appears at an Arizona rally in March.

Trump May Be the Military’s Least-Liked GOP Presidential Candidate in a Long Time

Mitt Romney, John McCain, and George W. Bush all polled higher, according to Military Times surveys.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said the Senate personnel provisions in the NDAA reflect a comprehensive look at military health care.

Senate Panel Approves 1.6 Percent Pay Raise for Troops in 2017

The recommended increase is less than the 2.1 percent boost House lawmakers support.

President Obama speaks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during their meeting at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington in late March.

Obama to Make a Historic Visit to Hiroshima

The president will go to the city, one of two to be attacked with a U.S. nuclear device, later this month, the White House said.

House Armed Services Committee Chairman Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas.

House Move to ‘Repurpose’ Overseas War Funding Is Risky, Critics Say

The plan would shift $18 billion from overseas contingency operations to the Pentagon’s base budget.

The photo in question.

West Point Is Investigating the Viral Photo of Black Cadets With Raised Fists

Despite its potent political history, the gesture made by the students in the photo could mean anything.