One in every 35,000 people were either denied a clearance or had their clearance revoked.
The Army has granted waivers to Sikh Soldiers since 2009. Read more about additional policy changes.
Baden-Wuerttemberg’s Lecture Series features topics relevant to security policy.
Authorized tattoos on the chest, back, arms and legs will no longer be restricted.
OPAT estimated to be administered to 80,000 recruits and thousands of cadets annually.
USAREUR is preparing for an increased presence across the European theater to and strengthen deterrence and defense.
Soldiers enhance the interoperability between the special operations force.
The Navy released an Enlisted Rating Modernization timeline to help Sailors understand the way the Navy is gradually implementing this transformation.
Opportunities to collaborate with Russia do exist…These kinds of efforts seek to reduce the suffering of the population and find an opportunity to bring some peace.
It’s now required to register any travel away from your duty station with the State Department’s Smart Traveler Enrollment Program, or STEP.
U.S. Africa Command staff and their families gathered at Kelley Barracks Aug. 12 for a day of fun, camaraderie, and competition during the sixth annual AFRICOM Olympics.
Officers selected by boards for promotion are now vetted for mental, physical, moral, and professional fitness, and must meet exemplary conduct standards.