Operation Warp Speed spent $375 million for 300,000 doses to be used as outpatient therapy if approved by the FDA.
The pilot program will determine whether Tricare beneficiaries will seek such care if they don't have to pay for it.
Military dependents who use Tricare Young Adult for their health coverage will see a 12% to 22% rise in their premiums next...
More than 1,000 soldiers and families who received loans this year from Army Emergency Relief are about to get a windfall.
The program was extended to overseas military schools after the USDA granted a waiver this month.
The GAO ruled in favor of competing companies' bid protests, sending the complex contract back for reconsideration.
A senior Pentagon official told families in May that he would be "looking into" a pet shipping fee reimbursement.
A new bill would make the Trump administration's controversial payroll tax deferral plan optional for service members.
The Defense Department is considering major new steps to boost employment opportunities for military spouses.
The policy, which goes into effect Nov. 9, allows doctors off-base to refer a service member for a COVID-19 test.
There are nearly 15 million American males between the ages of 63 and 78. Approximately 5.5 million are Vietnam-era veterans.
In a letter to VA Secretary Robert Wilkie, Rep. Elaine Luria, D-Va., said the plan was developed with no notice to Congress.
Nearly half of the more than 69,000 claims for "Blue Water Navy" Agent Orange benefits have been processed.
About 200 soldiers going through Basic Combat Training at Sill were issued a full Army Green Service Uniform.
The operations halt follows a pair of recent crashes, including one that killed two military officers.