Product buyers for the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) are becoming very unpopular with many grocery suppliers.
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Bob McDonald won't be the VA secretary to decide if thousands more Vietnam War veterans those with bladder cancer, high blood pressure, hypothyroidism or Parkinson's-like symptoms should be eligi
Boston Consulting Group, the contractor that raised doubts about 30-percent average shopper savings in commissaries and called traditional "at-cost" pricing inefficient, stands to profit handsomely
Bombarded as Americans continue to be with story after story about leaked emails, sexual assault allegations, and general bipartisan campaign vitriol, it may have escaped some folks' notice that ea
Kelly Bridgeforth and her husband Kevin, both Air Force retirees, are waiting anxiously for Congress to reconvene after Election Day and finish work on a fiscal 2017 defense authorization bill alre
Thirty-four years ago, the U.S. Army adopted a new fighting doctrine. Formalized in two successive editions of Army Field Manual 100-5, Operations, it became known as AirLand Battle.
Federal agents have charged 10 more defendants with fraud and conspiracy in a kickback scheme involving compound drugs and TRICARE, the military health insurance program.
Next February, two months past a deadline set by Congress, defense officials and industry partners will begin to field test a new military electronic health record system at a single site, the clin
It started the way most recent Middle East conflicts have begun: with a popular rebellion against an authoritarian ruler - in this case former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, induced by intern