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On Tuesday, the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs held a summit intended to elevate the importance of hiring veterans and share best practices among companies that regularly hire veterans.
Unfortunately, the hearing quickly …
The soon-to-be-retiring Joints Chief of Staff, Navy Admiral Mike Mullen and his wife Deborah, continued their town hall meeting circuit with an event in Miami on Tuesday. The town hall at the University of Miami was preceded by a business roundtable organized by the co-host of ADC’s 2012 Winter Forum, the Miami-Dade Defense Alliance …READ MORE
The Army’s effort to conserve resources is critical if its installations are to become self-sufficient, a primary driver of the service’s pilot net zero energy installation initiative. “Right now we have miles of vulnerable electricity girds. They are vulnerable to acts of nature and acts of man. If there is something that goes on off of the installation, we still need to be able to function …READ MORE
With the Air National Guard’s 178th Fighter Wing no longer supporting air traffic control operations and fire-fighting services at Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport after Sept. 30, the city of Springfield is planning to spend $760,000 to keep those functions running in the first year without the guard’s flying mission. The FAA is chipping in $350,000 and the Greater Springfield Port Authority has pledged $200,000 …READ MORE
With lawmakers facing the challenge of current and future cuts to defense spending, CQ reports that distinct paths became apparent during the confirmation hearing for Ashton Carter on Tuesday. While Democrats are trying to identify cuts that can be proposed, Republicans are focused on …READ MORE
Late Tuesday, the Senate Defense Appropriations Subcommittee passed their version of the defense spending bill which will provide $513 billion in fiscal year 2012, the same level as the current fiscal year. The $513 billion bill is …READ MORE
The Veterans Affairs Department plans to turn 10 acres at Fort McPherson into a healthcare campus that would provide primary care, mental health, dental, lab, radiology and audiology services. The agency will renovate a 74,000-square-foot building at McPherson that once was a health clinic and convert it into an outpatient clinic …READ MORE