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150 Years of Burials at Arlington

A history of the Virginia cemetery where 400,000 U.S. servicemen are interred

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is working to bridge the military-civilian divide.

Unemployment Among Post-9/11 Vets Is Still High

But efforts by the government and the private sector to hire former service members are making a difference, data shows.

Infographic: What Defense Personnel Really Think About the Acquisition Process

Many believe the Pentagon is failing to deliver the weapons and equipment troops really need.

Pentagon acquisition chief Frank Kendall says the military is in danger of losing its technological edge.

How the Defense Department's Procurement Problems Are Hurting National Security

The Pentagon spends too much time and money buying weapons that don't deliver.

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Is the New VA Secretary Already Losing His Luster?

Three months into McDonald's tenure, lawmakers and advocates aren't shying away from voicing their concerns.

Remember: 83,000 American Veterans Are Still Missing

Many of the soldiers "known only unto God" can actually be identified.

A yeoman and volunteers installing 888,246 ceramic poppies on August 7, 2014 commemorate the First World War British and colonial military fatalities.

Is There a Better Way to Observe Veterans Day?

Other countries offer models for truly nationwide tributes to military service and sacrifice.

The CIA Finally Sets the Record Straight on the True Story Behind Argo

Since joining the service in June, CIA has used its Twitter account to recount unclassified operations throughout history.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., is the presumptive incoming chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs panel.

Sen. Johnson Speaks on Aligning Public-Private Sector Pay, Keeping Hearings Polite

Likely Homeland Security panel priorities also include securing border, cyber safety, regulatory rollback.

Stung at Home, Obama Embarks on His Longest Foreign Trip

The president will spend 10 days in Asia, where leaders know all about his domestic political weakness.