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Veto threat raised against any attempts to delay BRAC

White House issues warning shot to opponents of base closures.

Senate kicks off Defense authorization bill debate

A coalition of senators may mount one last campaign to stop the BRAC process.

Senate unanimously increases funding for vehicle armor

Bill would boost vehicle armor funding by $445 million.

Threat interpretation may be biggest barrier to warding off attacks

Reorganizing intelligence agencies and beefing up their budgets not enough, critics say.

DHS policy shop may reshape agency priorities

Assistant secretary nominee served with WMD panel and in NSA position.

Panel questions Air Force on changes in Guard, Reserves

Lawmakers questioned whether the Defense Department has the authority to alter the state-run units targeted in the latest BRAC round.

Overseas panel, Pentagon fail to resolve cost differences over moving personnel

Defense Department says moving troops home from bases abroad will cost $9 billion to $12 billion, while commission says price tag could exceed $20 billion.

State officials to propose dispersing Air Guard more widely

Guard leaders say BRAC recommendations will devastate aviation units and hinder recruitment and retention efforts.

Senator: DHS reorganization will not hinder spending bill talks

Appropriators could shift funding later if needed, says Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Thad Cochran, R-Miss.

Former Air National Guard director under investigation

Pentagon inspector general investigating allegations of federal ethics violations by retired Maj. Gen. Paul Weaver.

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