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Soldiers with the Canadian Army's 1st Battalion 22nd Royal Regiment prepare for an operation at sunrise Monday, June 27, 2011 on Forward Operating Base Sperwan Ghar in the Panjwaii district of Kandahar province, Afghanistan

Flaw in Some Satellite Communication Terminals Can Expose U.S. Troops’ Location

Vulnerabilities in certain brands of communications terminals can be used to access GPS data on forward-deployed troops.

One Thing Millennials Aren’t Killing: The Postal Service

A new USPS report suggests young adults aren’t as disengaged from snail mail as you might think. In fact, it makes them feel special.

What It Would Take for Iran to Talk to Trump

It may not seem like it, but Tehran has a lot to gain from meeting with a U.S. president in search of his own nuclear deal.

Play of the Day: Discussion Topics For Trump and Putin

The conversation outline for the Helsinki meeting leaked this week.

Trump's Postal Task Force Has Recommendations Ready for the President

Proposals that will be shared in the coming weeks make good on "reestablishing a sustainable business model for USPS," official says.

Program Management Is Much More Complex Than Many Leaders Understand

There isn’t a single optimal approach. Different types of programs demand different skill sets.

GSA Watchdog Raises Questions on Canceled FBI Headquarters Move

Leaked draft report suggests GSA head may have misspoken on the extent of the White House’s involvement in the decision.

As Agencies Tackle Reform, Here Are Federal Leaders’ Biggest Worries

Whatever your immediate concerns are as a leader, remember that uncertainty trickles down.

Air Force Staff Sgt. Bryant Lopez-Cepero, 728th Air Mobility Squadron unit training manager, works at his computer at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey in July.

The Future Airman is a Hacker

Air Force recruiters will prize computer skills more highly, while the service will encourage airmen to experiment with their own solutions