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To save money, the Pentagon has announced plans to cut senior officers starting next year.
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Military Headline News brought to you by Defensetracker.com * To curb drinking problems in the ranks, the Navy is changing its liquor sales policies. The sea...
Another curious mix of military and veterans stories this week ranging from the merely interesting to budding game changers.
For months now we’ve known the United States planned to keep troops in Afghanistan past 2014.
Twelve of Mexico’s 31 states are now off limits to American troops due to security concerns.
Military Headline News, brought to you by Defensetracker.com. * The sentencing hearing for Bradley Manning has turned to his mental state when he leaked classified...
More then two million retirees and survivors now collect more then $50 billion each year and Defense Department officials fear that amount could double in 20 years.
What causes combat troops and veterans to kill themselves? The answer might have a huge impact on the living.
State Department embassies and consulates remain closed across the Muslim world this week. Now we are learning the reasons why.
By Rick Rogers Defensetracker.com Welcome to August, everybody. As always, a lot of ground to cover today, from Pfc. Bradley Manning’s pending sentencing to rebuilding Afghanistan to...
The second year of mandated military budget cuts is shaping up to be more painful than then the first.
This biggest story this week is the Pfc. Bradley Manning’s pending verdict – unless Edward Snowden turns himself in to U.S. authorities or becomes French.
Military Headline News, brought to you by Defensetracker.com * The case of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is now in the hands of the military judge...
Military Headline News, brought to you by Defensetracker.com * The U.S. won’t seek the death penalty against Edward Snowden, the former intelligence analysis who leaked...
Military Headline News, brought to you by Defensetracker.com * American military leaders are hoping to learn just how many U.S. troops will be staying in...
U.S. military options in Syria range from training and advising rebels fighting to topple the government there to putting American troops on the ground.
Military Headline News, brought to you by Defensetracker.com * U.S. government propaganda isn’t just an export any longer. 1940s legislation that for decades barred the government...
The Army has admitted losing – or not keeping – combat records for an untold number of soldiers and National Guardsmen who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is spending big money to end veteran homelessness by its self-imposed deadline of 2015.
Military Headline News, brought to you by Defensetracker.com * For months it was a given that perhaps 10,000 U.S. and NATO troops would be staying...
After years of losing ground, the Department of Veterans Affairs might be gaining the upper hand processing veterans’ claims.
A military judge has barred Maj. Nidal Hasan from using “the defense of others” legal strategy to justify allegedly killing 13 people at Fort Hood in 2009.
Four veterans’ organizations are named among the 50 worst charities in America, according to a yearlong investigation by CNN and its media partners.
Military Headline News - Rick Rogers The name Edward Snowden became known around the world this week. He is the self-admitted man behind what’s described as...
Just how many U.S. and NATO troops will stay in Afghanistan past 2014 won’t likely be known until this fall, said Gen. Joe Dunford, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan
Prosecutors in the ongoing Bradley Manning case are accusing the Army private of helping the enemy by divulging code words and other sensitive military information.
The family of American POW Bowe Bergdahl said they received a letter from their son, captured nearly four years ago in Afghanistan.
If the name Edward Snowden doesn’t ring a bell yet, it soon will.
Just how many shoes will drop in the budding Cyber Gate scandal?
A Florida lawyer has written Congress alleging that some veterans are falsifying Department of Veterans Affairs benefit claims for sleep apnea.
There’s a saying that there are no atheists in foxholes. Apparently there won’t be any in the military’s chaplain corps either.
Here’s a hint, it’s not the county that bled driving Saddam Hussein from power or that spent more than $1 trillion there.
Starting in July most of the nearly 250 military commissaries will close Mondays -- and some on Tuesdays, too.
Five years ago, the Veterans Affairs Department made finding homes for all homeless veterans a top priority.
There are some things that civilians can legally do that service members just can’t. Add another item to that list.
China has hacked its way into the secret plans of dozens of U.S defense programs, including the Patriot Missile and the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, according to The Washington Post.
Some Marines are in hot water for posting threatening and obscene messages on social media sites aimed at President Obama and a member of Congress. At least that’s what they’re accused of.
The Army sergeant convicted of murdering five fellow service members in 2009 has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.