Category: News

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Army Secretary Says Astronaut’s Army Values Inspire Others

Army Col. Frank Rubio orbited Earth for 371 days, setting a U.S. record for the most days in space on a single spaceflight. 

U.S. Committed to Stand With Ukraine ‘For as Long as it Takes’

The president and the secretary of defense have committed to long-term, sustained support for Ukraine’s fight against Russia, which invaded Ukraine two years ago.

Hicks Announces Delivery of Initial CJADC2 Capability 

The Defense Department has delivered its initial iteration of the Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control, or CJADC2, capability, Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks said.

Service Members Get New Benefit: Pet Travel Allowance

Active-duty service members are now authorized to receive reimbursement for costs related to relocation of one household pet due to a permanent change of station move.

Pentagon Official Lays Out DOD Vision for AI

The Pentagon’s top artificial intelligence official laid out DOD’s vision for scaling digital data analytics and artificial intelligence across the department to ensure decision advantage for the warfighter.

DOD’s Engineering Focus Is on Cutting-Edge Approaches, Talent Diversity

Recruiting the next generation of engineers to tackle complex problems and provide solutions for the warfighter is a Defense Department imperative, the undersecretary of defense for research and engineering said.

Defense Innovation Board: Scaling Innovation Forward

The volume, velocity and complexity of change combined with a host of adversarial threats makes scaling innovation at the Defense Department an imperative.

DOD’s Spouse Employment Pilot Program Enters Second Year

The Military Spouse Career Accelerator Pilot is designed to help military spouses find employment fellowships with participating companies, which could lead to full-time employment.