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    2019 ADC Magazine Released

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    Powerful New Program

    ADC is launching a new program at this year’s summit with a focus on the ideas and issues that are key to strengthening the foundation of readiness for our military and communities.

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    Meet the 2019 Communities

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    Annual Report

    ADC’s 2019 Annual Report provides a look back at 2018 and shares exciting 2019 news and updates.

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  • In Our Communities

    In Our Communities

    Navy Capt. Dianna Wolfson has made history by being the first woman elevated to command Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility in Bremerton, Wash., KOMO News reported. Vice Adm. Thomas Moore installed Wolfson said she “was chosen for the position for one reason and one reason only — she was absolutely the very person

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  • HASC Advances Fiscal 2020 NDAA for Floor Vote

    HASC Advances Fiscal 2020 NDAA for Floor Vote

    The House Armed Services Committee approved its fiscal 2020 defense authorization bill early Thursday morning and advanced it for floor consideration, CQ reported. The Democrat-crafted bill, completed in an unusually contentious 21-hour markup, authorizes $733 billion in defense spending, which is $17 billion less than the administration’s $750 billion request. Several Republicans on the panel

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  • Space Force Authorized by House Armed Services Lawmakers

    Space Force Authorized by House Armed Services Lawmakers

    The House Armed Services Committee authorized language Thursday in its fiscal 2020 National Defense Authorization Act bill that would create a new space force military branch. The measure, offered by Rep. Jim Cooper (R-Tenn.), chairman of the Strategic Forces subcommittee and Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Ala.), advanced with unanimous support and would authorize funding for a

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  • Pentagon Provides Updated Climate Change Vulnerability Information to Congress

    Pentagon Provides Updated Climate Change Vulnerability Information to Congress

    The Pentagon has provided updated information to the Senate Armed Services Committee on which military installations it has determined are vulnerable to the effects of climate change, Inside Defense reported. The information, including lists by service of installations most at risk to climate change disasters, had been mandated by Congress in December after DOD released

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