DEFENSE - ALL ARTICLES

Results 9391-9400 of 13071

Panel votes to keep South Dakota air base open

Base closure commission spares Ellsworth Air Force Base as it takes up series of proposals affecting the Air Force.

Local emergency teams resist plain-language radio rules

To qualify for federal funds, first responders must agree to stop using codes like "10-4" in radio communications.

Groups, lawmakers seek public version of CIA accountability report

Long-awaited results of IG investigation sent to Congress this week said to highlight failures by senior managers.

New Mexico base avoids closure, loses aircraft

Unless the Pentagon finds a new mission for Cannon Air Force Base by 2010, it will close.

U.S. ports begin catastrophic terrorist attack drills

Port Security Training Exercises Program brings together government and private-sector officials.

Border Patrol wins control of Homeland Security aircraft

Move is aimed at shifting more aviation assets to borders.

Base closure panel makes key changes to Pentagon’s plan

Most Army and Navy bases on Defense Department list are approved for closure, but several recommendations involving large facilities are reversed.

DHS outlines new border security initiatives

As New Mexico, Arizona declare states of emergency, Homeland Security chief says administration is developing a “comprehensive program” to get control of the borders.

Google satellite imaging software raises terrorism concerns

Company has reached out to federal officials to address security issues.

Homeland Security again pushes upgrade to animal disease research facility

Department seeks to create massive new “National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility.”