On Tuesday, Bloomberg Business reported that China has nearly completed construction of the second of two large, heavily armed coast guard cutters, or what the Chinese themselves call "maritime pol
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The Department of Veterans Affairs expects up to 15,000 seriously ill veterans who served at Camp Lejeune, N.C., before 1988, when base drinking water was contaminated, to be helped by a faster-tra
In a hopeful sign for 60,000 military widows and widowers who lost spouses to service-connected illnesses or injuries, a key House subcommittee is taking a fresh look at how Congress might allow a
When TRICARE this month announced cuts of up to 15 percent next year in fees for applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy of children with autism, some ABA businesses, in responding to an online sur
Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) paid to a million service members living off base in the United States will rise an average of 3.4 percent on Jan.
In his opening remarks to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee pursuant to his confirmation as President-elect Ronald Reagan's Secretary of State in January, 1981, former Army Gen.
Retired Navy Lt. Cmdr. Rodric G.
An additional 160,000 veterans became eligible Dec.
Last January the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission proposed replacing the current triple option TRICARE benefit with a menu of commercial insurance options, similar to t
Defense Secretary Ash Carter unveiled the "first tranche" of his Force of the Future initiatives Wednesday.