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  • House Panel Backs Troop Retirement Overhaul Despite Vets' Objections

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    A key defense panel in the U.S. House of Representatives voted to overhaul troop retirement benefits despite objections from members who served in the military. The House Armed Services Committee early Thursday morning voted 60-2 to approve the 2016 National Defense Authorization Act, which included the future retirement change as part of a policy and spending blueprint for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1. The legislation will head to ... more

  • Senate Panel Backs Military Retirement Change, Troop Pay Raise of 1.3%

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    Lawmakers on a Senate panel agreed to overhaul the military retirement system and give troops a less-than-expected pay raise next year. Members of the Senate Armed Services Committee's Personnel Subcommittee, headed by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, on Tuesday evening supported legislation that would offer troops 401(k)-style retirement plan by 2017 with matching contributions and full vesting after two years. Graham praised the... more

  • Vets Struggle After Returning From Afghanistan

    A year ago, they simply longed for home -- for the cry of a newborn baby, the touch of a spouse, the comfort of sleeping in their own beds. But life after Afghanistan has been anything but simple for the Army reservists who have shared their stories with the Dayton Daily News for the past year. It has been a year of joyful reunion and painful adjustment; a year of welcome down time, for some, coupled with anxiety about finding a job; a year ... more

  • New Air Force Planes Go Directly to 'Boneyard'

    New cargo planes on order for the U.S. Air Force are being delivered straight into storage in the Arizona desert because the military has no use for them, a Dayton Daily News investigation found. A dozen nearly new C-27J Spartans from Ohio and elsewhere have already been taken out of service and shipped to the so-called boneyard at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson. Five more are expected to be built by April 2014, all of which are heade... more

  • Congress Pushes for Weapons Pentagon Didn't Want

    The Pentagon, which is facing end-of-year cuts that it says could cripple its ability to fight future wars, may spend billions in coming years on weapons systems and programs it says it doesn't need but are favored by area members of Congress. The Dayton Daily News analyzed proposed defense budgets for 2013 and identified five programs that Ohio's congressional delegation is fighting for although Pentagon officials have called them unnecessar... more

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