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CBO Suggests Raising Tricare Fees, Cutting Veteran Benefits to Slash Deficit
The Congressional Budget Office published options for reducing the imbalance, including three suggestions on Tricare.
More Than 17,000 Uniformed Medical Jobs Eyed for Elimination
The reduction will allow those billets to be repurposed as war fighters or combat-support skills to increase lethality.
Air Force Medal of Honor Recipient Joe Jackson Dies at 95
He received the military's highest award for gallantry and heroism for his actions rescuing three men in Vietnam.
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Fort Hood Soldier Killed at National Training Center Identified
Army Spc. Octavious Deshon Lakes Jr. was killed in a rollover accident in an M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle.
Army Chief: 2nd Advisory Team Will Go to Afghanistan Despite Withdrawal Plan
Milley said that the second of six SFABs is finishing up its training at Fort Polk, Louisiana, for the deployment.
Lt. Gen. Michael Garrett Nominated to Lead FORSCOM
Garrett was recently listed as one of the next military officials in line for promotion to become a four-star Army general.
The Navy Is Gearing Up for 'Leaner, Agile' Operations in Arctic, North Atlantic
The new deputy 2nd Fleet commander says the command will be "expeditionary."
Signing Treaty Would Bolster US Against China, Russia Seapower: Lawmaker
Rep. Joe Courtney, D-Conn., says he will propose a resolution that the U.S. sign the Law of the Sea treaty.
Navy Brass Optimistic as Littoral Combat Ship Readies to Deploy After Hiatus
The head of Naval Surface Forces says commanders are clamoring for the near-shore security vessels.
Air Force News
Air Force Academy Vows New Steps to Stop Hazing in Sports Teams
The Air Force Academy's athletic program will get an ombudsman to deal with complaints.
Russia Claims US Violating Treaty Over 'Unverified' B-52 Bombers, Missiles
Russia says it can't verify the conversion of B-52H Stratofortresses that were slated to be changed to conventional-only.
Will Ongoing KC-46 Tanker Problems Affect KC-10 Retirement?
Questions surround the Air Force’s aging KC-10 Extender and whether it will have to remain in service longer due to delays.
Marine Corps News
ACLU: Government Mistakenly Wanted to Deport US Veteran
Jilmar Ramos-Gomez was released from a detention center after personal records were provided to ICE.
Wisconsin Kidnapping Suspect Was Marine Corps Boot Camp Washout
A spokeswoman for the Marines said Patterson lasted a little more than month in the Corps before washing out in October 2015.
Camp Pendleton Artifacts Move to the National Museum of the Marine Corps
The National Museum of the Marine Corps visited Camp Pendleton to analyze and inspect historical artifacts of interest.
Coast Guard News
Vets' Groups Band Together to Call for End to Shutdown
About 125,000 veterans have been going without pay in the partial government shutdown.