After two years of study and debate, the Department of Defense has made a policy change, effective next November, to allow 16 million honorably discharged veterans to shop online for discounted mil
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The National Defense Authorization Act (S 2943) signed into law Dec. 23 orders an avalanche of changes to the TRICARE health care benefit used by service members, retirees and their families.
The Department of Defense pharmacy program is on to track to slice $1.3 billion off projected drug costs from 2014 to 2019, thanks to higher beneficiary co-pays, tighter point-of-service rules and
Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) paid to a million service members living off base in the United States will climb an average of 2.4 percent Jan. 1, or about $41 a month.
Thousands of Air Force personnel in units called Distributed Common Ground Systems (DCGS) daily gather video and audio intelligence on Islamic State fighters in Iraq, Syria and Libya.
In a keynote address Monday at the Navy's second annual Future Strategy Forum, Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work warned attendees - and by implication, the incoming Trump administration - agains
House Armed Services Committee conferees, in negotiating a final fiscal 2017 defense authorization bill, succeeded in blocking every substantive initiative aimed at slowing military compensation gr
Commissary shoppers will see no drop in savings on brand name items even as the Defense Commissary Agency begins to offer better prices through its own private label products, said DeCA Director Jo
On Thursday Thanksgiving Day, tragically the first American soldier died in Syria since we began putting (presumably non-booted) feet on the ground in October of last year.
Product buyers for the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) are becoming very unpopular with many grocery suppliers.