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) The global race to field a lifesaving COVID-19 vaccine may be nearing its last lap, as the Army aims for a vaccine by the end of this year, the force's top medical research officer said. If all goes as planned, human testing will begin in late summer, Army Brig. Gen. Michael Talley, commander of the Army Medical Research and Development Command, told reporters … [Read more...] about Army Announces COVID-19 Vaccine by End of Year With Human Testing in Summer
(Defense.gov) Russian military aircraft are likely to provide close air support and offensive fires for the Wagner Group PMC, which is supporting the Libyan National Army's fight against the internationally recognized government of national accord, Africom officials said in a news release. The Russian fighter aircraft arrived in Libya from an air base in Russia after transiting … [Read more...] about Russia’s Destabilizing Actions in Libya Also Will Exacerbate the Regional Instability
(Defense.gov News) President Donald J. Trump came to ''the noble fortress'' of Fort McHenry in Baltimore to pay tribute on Memorial Day to those who fought and died to keep Americans free. Fort McHenry was the site of the Battle of Baltimore during the War of 1812, when American patriots stood their ground and repelled a British invasion, the president noted. ''Now we come … [Read more...] about President Trump Honors Fallen Hero’s During Memorial Day Events
In April, the Defense Department's chief information officer said some of the tools and infrastructure put in place to support the rise of telework due to COVID-19 might remain after the pandemic subsides. Now, department leaders say, it is possible telework itself may live on. "We've learned a lot of lessons about the ability to telework, and how we keep our productivity … [Read more...] about Military To Continue With Telemarketing Post COVID