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Department of Defense officials told Congress that if they can't close military bases, they'll have to take more money out of forces, training and modernization.
The Air Force is right-sizing everything down to its musical bands as it tries to meet force reduction goals of its 2013 budget.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter is submitting a plan to create a Defense Health Agency to take over TRICARE.
The Army is pouring lava on its mine-resistant trucks in Afghanistan to help protect trucks' windshields.
The service will rely on several teams of experts to develop these contracts.
Rear Adm. Michael Franken has been assigned as the new director of the Energy and Environmental Readiness Division in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. He replaces Rear Adm. Philip Cullom.
The Comprehensive Contingency Contracting Reform Act of 2012 will attempt to fix many of the problems discovered by the Wartime Contracting Commission.
The Defense Department defended its budget request yesterday telling the Senate Budget Committee about its plans to be more efficient and agile. Leaders also pushed back against the looming $500 billion cut from sequestration.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki are getting a first-hand look at how medical information sharing between the two agencies is working.
The Navy Sea Systems Command has awarded a $400 million contract for two new Joint High Speed Vessels.
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