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DoD is expanding the number of substances it tests for, and it wants anyone who is addicted to call themselves out and go for voluntary treatment and rehab.
A healthcare company called McKesson has snagged the contract from the Defense Logistics Agency.
Gen. Martin Dempsey promises the Defense Department he will keep reviewing its healthcare system.
The Afghan military is planning to spy on it's own soldiers to root out those behind a string of attacks on American and other Western troops.
U.S. Commanders are investigating a case in which troops might have improperly disposed of copies of the Koran and other religious materials in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has put out a new charter for the DoD CIO Executive Board. Carter says the goal is to make it the single senior forum for everything from information management to cybersecurity.
Two Germany-based Army brigades will be brought home in 2014. By 2017, the number of U.S. service members in Europe will drop from about 80,000 now to 70,000.
First Lady Michelle Obama has joined with military leaders in urging states to make it easier for military spouses to find jobs when they move.
DoD wants federal STEM professionals to help plan lessons and activities in critical fields like biotech and civil engineering.
The Homeland Security Department would sharply raise spending for cybersecurity under the White House 2013 budget request.