Navy Offers Student Debt Payback to Boost Recruits
Navy Offers Student Debt Payback to Boost Recruits

The Navy is now offering to pay up to $65,000 in student loans for new recruits who are able to ship out by Sept. 30. The service is also offering some recruits up to $50,000 as an enlistment bonus. “They are not mutually exclusive, so if a future sailor maximizes...

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New $1 Billion Ukraine Aid Package to Be Announced Soon
New $1 Billion Ukraine Aid Package to Be Announced Soon

The Biden administration may announce as soon as today that it is preparing another security assistance package to send to Ukraine, Reuters reported. The package could be worth about $1 billion and include munitions for long-range weapons and armored medical transport...

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Attorneys Want Navy to Permanently Move Pearl Harbor Families
Attorneys Want Navy to Permanently Move Pearl Harbor Families

Lawyers representing military families at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam are asking the Navy to permanently relocate the families to ensure they have safe water. “The circumstances are dire and immediate,” the attorneys, representing about 150 families, wrote in a...

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Lawmakers Impressed with Marine Corps’ Modernization Plan
Lawmakers Impressed with Marine Corps’ Modernization Plan

Congressional appropriators have expressed praise for Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Daniel Berger’s Marine Corps Force Design 2030 initiative, CQ noted. The plan would make the Marine Corps more light, nimble and self-sufficient. In a report accompanying the fiscal...

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Ryder Named Pentagon Press Secretary
Ryder Named Pentagon Press Secretary

Brig. Gen. Patrick S. Ryder, a one-star general who leads the Air Force’s public affairs office, has been named the next Pentagon press secretary, according to a statement Thursday from Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. “I am confident that I will benefit from his...

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In Our Communities
In Our Communities

About 1,200 Fort Bragg, North Carolina soldiers are being displaced after an inspection last week by Sergeant Major of the Army Michael Grinston, who found their barracks to be moldy and unlivable, according to Military.com. “Army leaders have committed substantial...

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Three ADC Regional Forums Coming Up

Registration is now open for a series of regional forums hosted by ADC and its partners. The events are a way to discuss such issues as installation resilience, infrastructure priorities and defense policy with a focus on local needs and solutions unique to a...

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Snap of the Week

A T-38 Talon four-ship formation flies over the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup semifinals match between the Republic and the Kansas City Sporting July 27 in Sacramento, California. U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Frederick A. Brown

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In Our Communities

The Air Force Academy broke ground Monday on a $40 million visitor center in Colorado Springs, Colorado Public Radio reported. “[T]his is going to be a physical, multi-story front door drawing people in and highlighting the country’s premier institution for developing...

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