DoD: New Policy Will Allow Illegal US Immigrants Join Military
Existing MAVNI program will open to immigrants without a proper visa if they came to the US with their parents before age 16, according to report.
DoD Conducting Market Research into American-Made Military Footwear
American-made, military footwear could soon be a reality. The Department of Defense is currently conducting market research into the idea.
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Military Budget Cuts Impact Training
Military budget cuts have forced installations around the country to alter training and daily routines to save money.
Hagel Outlines Priorities for the Future of Defense
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel outlined a realignment of missions and resources to be undertaken across the department for the future of defense.
DoD Recalls Civilians Furloughed by Shutdown
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has recalled most of the Defense Department civilians who were placed on furlough by the government shutdown.
What the Shutdown Means for the Military
Soldiers, sailors, airmen or marines will be paid during a shutdown, but only half of civilian defense workers are supposed to show up for work
Half of DoD Civilian Employees Facing Furlough
The looming government shutdown has half of the Department of Defense civilian employees facing furlough.
DoD Continues Efforts to Prevent Military Suicides
As National Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month draws to a close, the DoD urges the community to stand together to prevent military suicides.
DoD Memo Addresses Potential Government Shutdown
While officials maintain hope that a government shutdown can be avoided when the new fiscal year begins Oct. 1, they want DOD employees to be prepared for the possibility. The…