The President and Congress have placed an emphasis on funding the military. Our budgets over the past three years have allowed us to reverse the decline in readiness, while beginning to modernize our air, land, sea, space, and cyber capabilities. However, there is no guarantee that this level of funding will continue into the future. To meet the objectives outlined in the … [Read more...] about Would You Like To Know How We Spend 705 Billion On Our Department Of Defense?
(Defense.gov) Before military aircraft screamed over the National Mall and fireworks lit up the night sky yesterday as part of the "2020 Salute to America" event in the nation's capital, the president spoke from the South Lawn of the White House about the contributions of U.S. military personnel to American freedom and history. "Tonight, we will salute the greatness and … [Read more...] about Fourth of July Honors Our US Military Men & Women
DOD NEWS DEFENSE.GOV -- On May 2, 2011, U.S. Navy special operators carried out a Central Intelligence Agency-led operation to kill or capture Osama bin Laden, the founder of al-Qaida, the group responsible for many terrorist activities, including the 9/11 attacks. The raid on the compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, owned by OBL, as he was called, was launched from … [Read more...] about OSAMA BIN LADEN RAID LAUNCHED A NEW WAVE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE INCLUDING EMERGING THREATS & FUTURE TERRORIST PLOTS
(USA.Gov) Military retirement requires a lot of planning and consideration for best success. In addition to finances, you need to think about when and where you’ll retire. Big city or small city? Near a VA base for medical benefits is a huge consideration as you mature physically and need more medical attention. Experts advise that you may need as much as 80 percent of your … [Read more...] about Military Retirement Requires Long Range Planning For Best Success
WASHINGTON (Defense.gov) -- The Navy announced a phased plan for resuming official travel and transfers as well as allowing local commanders greater leeway in granting personal leave and liberty. The message, released June 12, follows the Secretary of Defense May 22 memo outlining the transition to a conditions-based, phased approach, to COVID-19 personnel movement and … [Read more...] about Navy Announces Plans To Phase Out COVID Restrictions