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A U.S. Paratrooper recovers a parachute after airborne operation at 7th Army Training Command’s Grafenwoehr Training Area, Germany on Sept. 9.

Disjointed: Pentagon Isn’t Coordinating Efforts to Fix Readiness

Each service has its own plan, except for the Marines, who don’t really have a plan, says the GAO.

TSA Told to Beef Up Security System at Maritime Facilities

DHS watchdog warns that criminals could elude background checks.

A young woman sells war bonds during World War II. Unlike today's conflicts, previous wars were largely pay-as-you-go affairs.

Fighting Terrorism With a Credit Card

Interest payments on America’s war debt could one day exceed the direct costs of combat itself.

Unleashing Digital Talent in the Next Administration

To attract cybersecurity and IT specialists, the government should use existing flexibilities in its system of hiring, training and nurturing talent.

U.S. Army Capt. Kristen Griest (left), Maj. Lisa Jaster (center) and 1st Lt. Shaye Haver, following Jaster's graduation from Ranger School at Fort Benning, Ga., in 2015.

When Women Lead Soldiers Into Battle

The age of the female combat officer is coming.

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper speak at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library Aug. 24 in Yorba Linda, Calif.

No, Clinton and Trump Do Not Receive the Same Daily Intel Briefing Obama Receives

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has a message for all the election Cassandras: “It will be OK.”

Air Force Capt. Jennifer Lee presents an American flag to Terry Harmon, daughter of World War II pilot Elaine Danforth Harmon, during burial services Wednesday.

A Woman Pilot Receives the Military Funeral the Army Denied Her

After a years-long battle for recognition, Elaine Harmon, a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots, was interred at Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday.

Oil wells burn after Iraqi ground forces supported by U.S.-led coalition airpower take back the town of Qaraya from the Islamic State.

U.S. Intel Chief: Climate Change Is Adding Fuel to the World's Extremist Fires

DNI Clapper says environmental factors will keep the cycle of extremism going long after ISIS is vanquished.

The World Trade Center rescue site in New York City is seen the evening of Friday, Sept. 14, 2001, from Marine One.

From the Archive: The 9/11 Attacks

During one of the nation's darkest hours, federal employees rose to the occasion.

Americans Are More Worried About Terrorism Than They Were After 9/11

Fears about terrorism have risen considerably in the U.S., but that has a lot to do with which party is in the White House.

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