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Sen. John Boozman of Arkansas is one of the sponsors.

Bill Helping Combat-Wounded Vets Recoup Lost Severance Pay Advances

Defense has been improperly taxing the disability compensation of certain vets for more than two decades.

Members of the Hawaii National Guard A Company 227th Brigade Engineer Battalion  participate in an exercise designed to improve collaborative efforts in the response to domestic emergencies.

The Military Wants a Privacy Firewall for Disaster Response

A new tool to strip personal information from tweets and social media could help troops zero in on trouble spots.

Destroyed buildings in Ramadi in early April.

Retaking A Booby-Trapped City, With U.S. Help

Several months after Iraqi troops flushed ISIS from Ramadi, the work of making the city safe is just beginning.

Soldiers pilot an AH-64D Apache Longbow during a training exercise last week.

U.S. Troops, Apache Helicopters Are Being Sent to Iraq to Fight in Mosul

The U.S. will help Iraqi forces in their campaign against ISIS in the city.

Lockheed Martin Corp. dominated the 2015 rankings of top contractors for each major agency.

Federal Contract Spending Shows Signs of a Possible Rebound

Govini “scorecard” reports 2 percent drop in 2015, the smallest in four years.

An F-35 returns to Luke Air Force Base, Arizona.

F-35 Will Fly Despite Auditor's Fleet-Grounding Warning

Pentagon officials say the plane can fly without the aircraft’s enormously complex diagnostics system.

In 15 Years, the Government Wants Its Satellites to Adapt to Threats on the Fly

The ability to take on new missions will help tomorrow’s constellations survive war in space.

A C-130J Super Hercules is loaded before Joint Task Force Odyssey Dawn in 2011.

The Legacy of Obama's 'Worst Mistake' in Libya

There’s a problem with the American way of war.

The Problem with the Pentagon’s Hypersonic Missile

Military officials say their superfast weapons of the future won’t carry nuclear warheads. But will other nuclear nations believe it when the missiles start flying?

NRC-licensees, according to the agency, are authorized to use deadly force while protecting nuclear facilities from intruders.

How Can the Government Protect Nuclear Plants From Terrorists?

In the wake of terrorist attacks in Brussels, Paris, Istanbul, Ankara, and elsewhere, nations are rethinking many aspects of domestic security.