Military associations and the resale industry that supplies groceries to base commissaries are sounding alarms over a provision in the Senate's fiscal 2017 defense authorization bill that would dir
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It's an election year, and therefore what many observers rightly have labeled "the silly season." But as every daily newspaper and TV broadcast reconfirms, this campaign season is even sillier than
The Senate Armed Services Committee, as part of a more aggressive campaign to hold down military compensation costs, is calling for "substantial reform" of the $21 billion Basic Allowance for Housi
The Senate Armed Services Committee is embracing some TRICARE fee increases proposed by the Obama administration, particularly for working age retirees and their families.
Presidents set the terms of foreign policy and make military commitments, not their advisers and assistants. As Harry Truman rightly acknowledged, the buck stops in the Oval Office.
For a fourth straight year, military personnel could see their basic pay increase next January fall short of average wage growth in the private sector.
A showpiece of the Veterans First package that the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee unveiled last week is a multibillion-dollar initiative to phase in for older generations of severely injured vet
On Wednesday, one day after a Navy SEAL became the third acknowledged U.S.
The House Armed Services Subcommittee on Military Personnel unanimously has endorsed sweeping reforms to how groceries are procured, priced, promoted and sold on U.S.