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In Compensation Reform, Pentagon Failing To Win Hearts and Minds of Its Own Troops

September 25, 2014 • In the News • Original: cfr.org

The Pentagon is losing the battle to convince military families that it has their best interests at heart when it comes to compensation reform. A survey released last week by the advocacy…

Costs Rack Up in ISIS Fight

September 25, 2014 • In the News • Original: The Hill

The United States launched nearly 50 Tomahawk cruise missiles at Islamic militant targets in Syria on Tuesday, each of which cost about $1.5 million to replace. The military also used…

ISIS and the Future of the Tomahawk Missile

September 24, 2014 • In the News • Original: Marketplace

At the United Nations, President Obama referred to the extremist group ISIS as a “network of death” on Wednesday. As part of the effort to dismantle it, the U.S. deployed…

F-22 Finally Makes Its Combat Debut Against Syria

September 23, 2014 • In the News • Original: Defense One

A senior military official confirmed to Defense One the Pentagon’s use of the stealthy jet in the air strikes, which is significant considering it was declared battle-ready in 2005. The U.S….

3 Major Decisions Loom for US Navy

September 21, 2014 • In the News • Original: Defense News

Congress again is hung up on a budget, but lawmakers have left town to fight the midterm elections, leaving the Pentagon to wait and see what happens in one budget…