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Pentagon study says coordination missing between the more than 200 programs devoted to brain injuries and psychological health.
Dogs that worked in Iraq and helped at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, receive first-ever American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards.
Why were the roads shutdown around the Pentagon after last Friday's incident involving a Marine Corps Reserve Lance Corporal? "Based on the fact that he had fled from the Fort Meyers Police Department that he wasn't forthcoming with his information and as far as identifiers and what he was doing and he did have some products with him that were a little bit concerning initially. That's we felt it as appropriate to close these roadways down," says U.S. Park Police spokesman Sgt. David Schlosser. Yonathan Melaku was taken into custody after being caught on the grounds of Arlington Cemetery after dark. His car was found near the Pentagon.
What do fluorescent rodent feces, mosquito repellant and flytraps have to do with national defense? Researchers in the Pentagon's Deployed Warfighter Protection Research Program focused on all of those pest-fighting innovations last week at the American Mosquito Control Association convention Some 800 scientists and insect control experts attended the event. Their attitude is that disease-carrying flies, mosquitoes and other bugs are all enemies of the U.S. Warfighter.
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On the first anniversary of the Pentagon's 9-11 Memorial, families who lost loved ones in the attack are looking for a few good volunteers. Lisa Dolan, whose husband, Navy Captain Robert Dolan, was killed in the attack, is organizing an effort to train docents who would help memorial visitors to understand the human impact of the attack. She's hoping to get as many as 80-plus volunteers to help.
Its that time of year again...a three -person team from the Pentagon's Joint Hometown News Service has begun its globetrotting effort to record holiday greetings from service members and their families posted overseas. This is the 26th year for the popular program. Greetings are being recorded at 60 locations around the world. The greetings begin airing on radio and television on Thanksgiving right through New Year's Day.
Big changes in store for the Pentagon's acquisition workforce. Shay Assad, the acting deputy undersecretary for defense for acquisition & technology says the federal civilian DoD workforce in acquisitions is expected to rise by 20 thousand, while contracting staff will fall by half that amount. Pentagon contracts have nearly tripled over the last 8 years, but the size of the workforce overseeing those contracts has been flat.