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Remains of Navy Sailors Found on USS John S. McCain
by Katherine Lam
Some remains of the Navy sailors who went missing after a collision between USS John S. McCain and a tanker were found.
US Army Close to Decision on Shielding Abrams Tanks with Israeli Tech
The Israelis call it the "Windbreaker" and it is already protecting their Merkava 4 tanks against rocket-propelled grenades.
Army Identifies Missing Black Hawk Crew After Suspending Search
by Cathy Bussewitz
A search for five soldiers who disappeared after a nighttime helicopter crash ended, and the Army identified the missing soldiers.
Report: Navy to Relieve Admiral in Wake of Pacific Mishaps
by Hope Hodge Seck
Navy leadership is reportedly planning to take the rate step of relieving the three-star commander of the U.S. 7th Fleet.
Bergdahl Chooses to Have Trial Heard by Judge and Not Jury
Army Sgt. Bergdahl is choosing be tried by a judge on charges that he endangered comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan.
Sequestration and the Military
VA Could Furlough 15,000 Employees in Government Shutdown, Plan Shows
by Bryant Jordan
The Veterans Affairs Department has posted online its contingency plan for operating during a possible government shutdown.
Savings From 2013 Furloughs Might Not Be Accurate
Stars and Stripes
by Erik Slavin
The DoD did not calculate an accurate cost savings during its furlough of more than 600,000 civilian employees last year, says ...
Shutdown Cost Military $600M, Layoffs Looming
by Richard Sisk
The shutdown cost DoD at least $600M and left funding at levels that could force layoffs for some civilian personnel.
DoD Eyes Military Pay Law to End Furloughs
Stars and Stripes
by Chris Carroll
The Pentagon and the White House are weighing whether a new law that ensures military members as well as some Defense Departmen...
Pentagon Issues Guidance on Shutdown Operations
by Michael Hoffman and Brendan McGarry
Managers will reach out to servicemembers and civilian workers to explain contingency plans in case of a government shutdown.