Once a ‘Drug Czar,’ Biden now faces challenges in fighting money laundering
South Korea’s Minister of National Defense Suh Wook said research on military service by transgender individuals is necessary, a milestone in the LGBTQ rights movement in one of the least inclusive countries in East Asia where even the incumbent president, a former human rights lawyer, openly opposed homosexuality in 2017.
South Korea’s Minister of National Defense Suh Wook said research on military service by transgender individuals is necessary, a milestone in the LGBTQ rights movement in one of the least inclusive countries in East Asia where even the incumbent president, a former human rights lawyer, openly opposed homosexuality in 2017.read more
A former U.S. military base in South Korea was found to be contaminated with cancer-causing substances.
Despite No New Defense Deal, U.S. Forces Korea did not Issue a Furlough Notice to South Korean Employees
United States Forces Korea’s failure to notify approximately 9,000 South Korean employees if they may be facing furloughs may signal that a new defense cost-sharing deal is underway between the U.S. and South Korea.read more
The U.S. Space Force’s top general said Wednesday that Americans generally find it “hard to understand” how the Space Force affects them, a day after White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki made light of what experts say is a vital military branch.read more
Biden says diplomacy is the “center of our foreign policy” in first major speech at a federal agency
President Joe Biden made clear Thursday in his dual speeches at the State Department— his first visit to a federal agency as president— that his administration recognizes it cannot promote democracy without shoring up alliances that have frayed and being tough on authoritarian regimes.read more
Defense Department program to train foreign military officers, some of which came under attack during the Trump administration, could regain their previous status as what former Defense Secretary Mark Esper called a “critical long-term investment.”
Military service members, like former Marine Corps Major Jason Smedley, have high hopes for Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s tenure.
A government report on military housing released Monday revealed that the Department of Defense had miscalculated allowances for service members that cover the cost of suitable private housing, such as apartments and rental homes.
A battle between productivity and security at chemical facilities is centered on a proposed rule change to end some regulations.
Troops and civilians affiliated with the U.S. Forces Korea were the first to receive the coronavirus vaccine in South Korea
Amid intensifying geopolitical tensions with the United States, China is expected to heavily emphasize national security and, to a lesser degree, technology independence
Former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee concerning the review of the FBI Russia investigation.
The Department of Veteran Affairs can’t systematically analyze the health of LGBT veterans because it doesn’t consistently collect data on sexual orientation or self-identified gender identity, according to a recent report by the Government Accountability Office.
As Americans scrambled to move to a remote-work world as the coronavirus pandemic hit in March, the Navy already was implementing a plan to recruit and train during the stay-at-home mandates.