• ADC’s Energy and Water Forum: Early Bird Pricing Extended

    ADC’s Energy and Water Forum: Early Bird Pricing Extended

    Special Early Bird pricing rates have been extended for the DOD Energy and Water Forum, which ADC is hosting Dec. 10 in Washington, D.C. ADC members can get special registration discounts through midnight on Nov. 13. The one-day event features speakers from the military services and others who are leaders working on installation resilience across

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  • Army Might Bulk Up JROTC

    Army Might Bulk Up JROTC

    As the services look for ways to address long-term recruitment challenges, the Army is considering a plan to add more Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps programs at high schools across the country, Army Times reported. Americans at high schools that have JROTC programs are twice as likely to enlist, Maj. Gen. John Evans Jr. told

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  • New CR May Run through Dec. 20

    New CR May Run through Dec. 20

    Appropriators are now discussing a stopgap spending bill that would extend federal spending at the current level through Dec. 20, CQ reported Monday. The current spending plan expires Nov. 21. The White House has indicated President Trump would sign a new continuing resolution, but the President himself has left open the possibility of shutting the

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  • Report: Bases in FL, AZ to See Biggest Temp Jumps over Next 30 Years

    Report: Bases in FL, AZ to See Biggest Temp Jumps over Next 30 Years

    Rising temperatures across the country could pose risks to all military installations – but especially at three bases, according to a new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists. The left-leaning organization says that by 2050, it will feel like 100 degrees or hotter for at least a quarter of the year at Marine Corps

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  • Senate Committee Advances 2-Year Budget Idea

    Senate Committee Advances 2-Year Budget Idea

    The Senate Budget Committee last week advanced reform legislation that would require lawmakers to pass two-year budget resolutions. The appropriations cycle would continue to be annual. Despite a 15-6 committee vote and growing frustrations about the dysfunctional pace of the appropriations process, the bill is unlikely to become law. Similar reform plans have died in

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  • Vet Benefits Vary Widely from State to State, CNAS Study Says

    Vet Benefits Vary Widely from State to State, CNAS Study Says

    There is a stark gap in the type and level of benefits the states offer to veterans, according to a report the Center for a New American Security released Monday, along with a searchable database of benefit opportunities. Illinois ranks at the top of the report as having the most benefits for veterans. All states

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