A new policy to get guns out of the hands of suicidal personnel has been forwarded by the Navy to reduce suicides among its sailors, Military.com reports.
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A government watchdog report sheds light on the disaster that is the Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier. Not only will the Navy carrier be incomplete at launch date, but completing construction will cost upwards of $998 million dollars.
A new survey by the RAND Corporation reveals that civilian health care providers are unequipped to provide psychological therapy and treatment military personnel.
A new study published by the medical journal JAMA Psychiatry has found that telemedicine is a far superior method to deliver treatment for PTSD than requiring veterans to travel to government Veterans Affairs hospitals.
An Air Force Academy official has just been arrested after a police sting finally caught him in the act of purchasing sex from an undercover officer, Military.com reports.
In a rare bipartisan move, a group of senators have moved forward on a bill to prevent veteran suicide, sending the legislation to the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs on Wednesday for review.
Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James is proud that the Air Force has the largest proportion of women out of all the military services, but says that the numbers just aren't high enough, Stars and Stripes reports.
A new analytical tool developed by the U.S. Army out of a research study uses algorithms to identify which soldiers are most likely to commit suicide by looking for psychiatric problems, Military.com reports.
Amy Apodaca, an Army statistician, was forced to resign in January after it was revealed that not only did she not earn a doctoral degree from Yale, but her master’s degree was fraudulent, as well, Stars and Stripes reports.
Veterans have made their intentions at the polls clear: Republicans are in, Democrats are out, with veterans voting for Republicans at a rate 20 percentage points higher than Democrats, The Washington Post reports.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is transitioning from a period of scandal to its greatest restructuring since it was originally founded, The Hill reports.
A new study from the RAND Corporation in time for Veterans Day indicates that companies have taken steps to funnel veterans into the workforce at higher rates in the past few years.
U.S. executives traveling to Asia have become the targets of luxury hotels looking to steal their sensitive information, dating back at least to 2007, according to a report released by security experts.
Cyberattacks have motivated the federal government to launch a $10 billion dollar project to secure sensitive data, but federal contractors and employees continue to undermine the efforts, The Washington Post reports.
Internal correspondence between the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and a major supplier of medical devices reveals that the VA has been buying bogus and counterfeit medical equipment, The Washington Times reports.
The Navy has recently rejected the application of Jason Heap to become an atheist chaplain without explanation, but that hasn’t stopped Heap from filing a lawsuit in response, Stars and Stripes reports.
A new audit report publicly issued Thursday reveals that despite a massive IT budget, the IRS has no idea how to manage software licenses and still doesn’t even have basic email functionality.
While other states like Oregon and Alaska legalized marijuana with ease on Tuesday, the same proposition in Washington, D.C. is a much taller order, reports Lubbock Online.
Berkeley, California, has now become the first city in the U.S. to implement a soda tax under the banner of Measure D, garnering 75 percent of the vote on Tuesday, Mercury News reports.