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Virginia's political leaders are heading to Washington, D.C., to press the military on the planned closing of the Joint Forces Command in Hampton Roads.
The Pentagon is opening talks with China to restart stalled military relations, Wall Street Journal reports.
Congress is getting ready to sink its teeth into the massive shifts in defense spending proposed by Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
The Army has been steadily increasing the amount of education and training it delivers online. Details from the Army's Phyllis Bailey
The Defense Department plans to increase oversight of for-profit, online college degree programs that it spends hundreds of millions of dollars on each year in tuition assistance for servicemembers.
President Obama has nominated Major General Darrell Jones to oversee manpower and personnel issues on the Air Staff.
Britain's Defense Minister, Liam Fox, has written a letter to Sen. Carl Levin expressing support for the Joint Strike Fighter program.
The Army is testing consumer technology to see how well it performs on the battlefield.
The Defense Department's cyber command will become fully operational on October 1. Federal News Radio's Jason Miller joined DorobekINSIDER with details about how General Alexander believes DoD can overcome the lack of qualified cyber employees.
The Senate vote that failed to begin debate on the defense authorization bill does not change the Defense Department's process on the possible repeal of the so-called "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law.