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Pentagon Grew Acquisition Workforce, But Not Necessarily in Right Places

GAO cites 21 percent growth since 2008; says skill gaps loom.

Kerry and Lavrov shake hands before their meeting.

Kerry, Lavrov Meet on Syria's Civil War

Kerry is in Moscow where he is hoping to narrow differences with Russia on ways to end the conflict.

An MQ-1 Predator  flies over the Southern California Logistics Airport in 2012

Air Force to Ask for More Drones

Plan would add 3,500 Reaper pilots and up to five more ops centers around the country

TSP Board Starts to Tackle Military Retirement Reform

Agency that runs the government’s 401(k)-style benefit ramps up to auto-enroll new troops beginning in 2018.

Marine Corps Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., the 19th chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, delivers remarks at the Boston Semper Fidelis Society Birthday Luncheon at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston in November.

Dunford: New Defense Staff Needed to Meet Transregional Threats

Today’s system of regional combatant commanders is ill-suited for broader challenges, Joint Chiefs chair says.

Bergdahl wandered off his base in Afghanistan in 2009.

Bowe Bergdahl's Fate Will Be Decided by a General Court-Martial

The accused deserter, held for years by the Taliban, could face life in prison if convicted.

Obama: ISIS Losing Territory, Influence As American Troops Push South in Syria

Speaking at the Pentagon, the president says an expanded war effort — ordered before the Paris attack — is well underway.

Secretary of State John Kerry addresses reporters in Paris after the climate change accord was reached.

EPA and Energy Department Leaders Hail Paris Climate Accord

McCarthy and Moniz echo State Department on impact on private markets.

Ladies, Join the Military For Equal Pay

The corporate world could learn a few lessons from the US military.