As they review the Defense Department's latest plan to raise TRICARE fees and co-pays, particularly for working-age retirees and their families, key congressional panels are asking what beneficiari
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Early last week, Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) introduced legislation that would reserve to Congress the right to decide whether women should have to register for the draft.
As many as 1.8 million active-duty and reserve component members, roughly 75 percent of the Total Force, will be invited in 2018 to switch to the new "blended" military retirement plan that Congres
Some day in the distant future, when historians are able to write objectively ó or at least, as objectively as history ever can be written ó about the last two disastrous decades of American foreig
With congressional leaders vowing this year to overhaul TRICARE, the military's health insurance benefit, the Department of Defense on Tuesday delivered to Capitol Hill its revised recommendations
One of the more telling indicators in the 2017 defense budget unveiled by the administration on Tuesday appears in the Army's budget submission.
Army and Marine Corps leaders swapped pledges with members of the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday not to cave to political pressure and relax ground combat skill requirements so that mor
Over the past five years, since Republicans won back control of the House, the Department of Veteran Affairs has been flogged publicly many times, often for allowing a mountain of backlogged disabi
On Jan. 8, six days before he closed out a 45-year Marine Corps career, his last job leading U.S. Southern Command, Gen. John F.
Advocates for preserving the military commissary benefit warned a House subcommittee Wednesday to avoid reforms that promise to preserve current savings for patrons but instead change how savings a