Cyber Officer Rank Flexibility Timely in Response to Threats from Iran and Russian By Debbie Gregory The United States Navy announced the intention to bring cyber officers in at mid-grade officer levels to ensure that the branch recruits and retains the best cyber officers. The service secretaries can take advantage of new authorities recently granted […]
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Potentially Harmful Water Contaminants Found at Over 100 Military Bases By Debbie Gregory Potentially harmful levels of perfluorinated compounds (PFCs), which have been linked to cancers and developmental delays for fetuses and infants, have been found in the water of more than 100 military installations. The Department of Defense (DoD) began investigating contamination at military […]
U.S. Surgeon General Aids Passenger in Distress By Debbie Gregory. Jerome Adams, the U.S. surgeon general, was headed to the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson to participate in a discussion regarding the opioid epidemic with Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant and a panel of experts. But he was called into action prior to […]
By Debbie Gregory. When it came time for the Pentagon to chose a new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, one of their top choices turned out to be tainted rattled by the “Fat Leonard” scandal. Leonard Glenn Francis, known as “Fat Leonard” because of his size, has admitted to bribing Navy officials with […]
By Debbie Gregory. The US Army’s Basic Combat Training (BCT) will soon receive an overhaul intended to build more discipline fighting force. By early summer, the Army’s BCT will be implemented in an attempt to instill strict discipline and pride. But that doesn’t mean that there won’t still be a heavy focus on physical fitness, […]
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