Friday's news feeds brought, among other stories, a ringing defense of the Air Force's embattled A-10 Warthog by Army Maj.
A new "Population Representation" report on the U.S.
The Defense Department's fiscal 2016 budget request would slash taxpayer support of base grocery stores by $322 million in 2016 and by $1 billion next year, enough to "destroy" the shopping benefit
An old Army folk tale tells of a visit by Army career managers to the military academy at West Point to share with captains on the faculty their analysis of the results of a recent selec
There is rising confidence across the Senate and House Armed Services committees that 2015 will be the year Congress passes legislation to modernize military compensation, with an alternative to tr
In his valedictory meeting with his fellow NATO defense ministers this week, outgoing U.S.
The Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission is urging President Obama to endorse and Congress to enact sweeping changes to military health insurance and retirement options to
Families living in privatized military housing units will not escape the impact of moves Congress made last month to dampen the value of Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH), says a Defense Department
Retired Air Force Reserve Maj. Wes Carter almost didn't travel to Washington D.C.
As an Army Reserve physician triaging the care of arriving wounded at the combat support hospital on Al Asad Airbase, Iraq, for half of 2008, Joe Heck said he saw "exactly how well joint operations
At the urging of then-Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Congress in 2006 took aggressive steps to raise pay and future retirement of currently serving general and admirals, particularly those serv
Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) paid to a million service members living off base in the United States will rise by an average half percentage point in January as two slimming changes to rate cal
The over-the-top outrage of some Republican legislators ó not excluding Oklahoma's ó at President Obama's decision announced Wednesday to begin the long overdue process of normalizing re
House and Senate conferees negotiating a package to fund the Department of Defense through September 2015 have protected commissary operations by restoring 90 percent of a planned $100 million cut.
Pundits now have spent the better part of the week hyperventilating over Tuesday's release of the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on the CIA's detention and interrogation program,
Military folks will see compensation packages pinched in 2015 under a deal struck this week by House and Senate negotiators finalizing pay and benefit changes in the fiscal 2015 defense authorizati
In 1889, Great Britain, the 19th century's mercantile and naval superpower, passed an Act of Parliament formalizing what became known as the Two-Power naval standard.
A dispute between House and Senate Armed Services committees over whether to slow growth in military housing allowances and raise off-base pharmacy co-payments has put at risk passage of a defense
In this centennial anniversary of the outbreak of World War I in many ways the most traumatic event in Western history after the fall of Rome it's probably inevitable that comparisons
More than 26,000 military families with autistic children are getting better TRICARE coverage of applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy and related services, which can improve a child's developmen
A 2012 law that requires the Department of Veterans Affairs to cover health care of former Marines, sailors and family members with ailments linked to water contaminations from 1957 to 1987 at Camp
102 SW 3rd, Lawton, OK
Classifieds: (580) 357-9545
Circulation: (580) 353-6397
Switchboard: (580) 353-0620