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Taking care of service members key to recruiting next generation
January 31, 2024
Navy recruits march in formation.

Senate confirms three defense leaders
September 25, 2023
A man in military uniform, looking to his left, smiles.

Austin praises outgoing Commandant, underscores Marine Corps' readiness
July 11, 2023
The secretary of defense participates in a ceremony.

Allies, partners central to U.S. integrated deterrence effort
March 2, 2023
People in military uniform move about the loading ramp of an aircraft

Fiscal 2023 budget funds military for today, future
March 29, 2022
President's Fiscal Year 2023 Defense Budget

Military personnel chiefs discuss people issues before House panel
February 9, 2022
A Marine holds a child.

Austin Smith: Life is full of second chances
June 3, 2021
Man pulling arrow from target

Wounded Warrior Trials promote friendly competition, recovery for service members
April 28, 2021
U.S. Marine Cpl. Joseph Quintanilla shoots his bow as part of the Wounded Warrior archery competition practice and bow fitting.

Naval Criminal Investigative Service has vital presence at JBSA
January 30, 2020
With 1,100 special agents in 191 locations across the world, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service is the civilian federal law enforcement agency within the Department of Navy that investigates felony level crimes involving active-duty members serving in the Navy and the Marine Corps, including cases on and off military installations in the U.S. and around the world.

560th FTS Ends 2017 Strong with T-38 Navy Test Pilot Transition
December 14, 2017
560th FTS Trains Navy Test Pilots