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Military spouses and veterans seeking extra income are being warned to beware of overly high-paying job online job offers and other suspect income-generating schemes, Stars and Stripes reported. Online scammers are increasingly imitating recognizable national brands like Walmart, Target and Best Buy to offer jobs with high pay or remote work with flexible hours, accordingREAD MORE
The Association of Defense Communities’ Regional Events Series kicked off its 4th Annual California Defense Leadership Summit yesterday with a keynote address by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) to community and industry leaders gathered to gain the latest on state, DOD and Capitol Hill developments, and their impacts across California. The Sacramento-based event, hosted by theREAD MORE
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb (R) announced Monday that Grissom Air Reserve Base, Ind., is part of a new state plan to create a more strategic approach to grow Indiana’s defense industry and military assets, the Kokomo Tribune reported. The new plan, outlined in a Governor’s Office press release, involves a “comprehensive realignment” of Indiana’s defenseREAD MORE
An Air Force team of weather specialists recently conducted a long-term forecast of how the service’s Air Combat Command might address increasing climate change threats, Air Force Magazine reports. The climate threat assessment, ordered by ACC Commander Gen. Mike Holmes, called on the 14th Weather Squadron based in Asheville, N.C., to produce a weather threatREAD MORE
The Veterans Administration (VA) has launched a new Military Spouse Network to create a pipeline of military spouse employees with the goal of hiring military spouses, but also retaining them through change of station moves and developing them throughout their career, according to Military.com. The network, announced in a VA press release, is a jointREAD MORE
A new government report estimates that it could cost up to $2 billion to restore Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake to full mission capability after two major earthquakes struck the 1.1 million acre installation last month, Navy Times reported. NAWS China Lake, located in the Western Mojave Desert near Ridgecrest, Calif., suffered 6.4 andREAD MORE
As suicide numbers have recently risen among service members, first-hand experience in grappling with the root causes and identifying effective preventive approaches still presents a vexing and difficult challenge, according to Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein. In the early 1990s, an airman under Goldfein’s wing took his own life the day hisREAD MORE
More than two years after announcing its creation, the Pentagon is in the final stages of formally launching its new Military Spouse Transition Education Program, Military.com reported. The DOD-wide MyStep program, now available in limited form through Military OneSource, will empower military spouses with key information to aid transition through military life, according to EddyREAD MORE