Milley, Berger Test Positive for COVID
Milley, Berger Test Positive for COVID

Joint Chiefs Chair Gen. Mark Milley and Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger both tested positive for COVID earlier this week. Their symptoms are said to be mild, and they are working in isolation. Milley most recently had contact with President Joe Biden last...

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Former Acting SECDEF Miller Talks to Jan. 6 Committee
Former Acting SECDEF Miller Talks to Jan. 6 Committee

Chris Miller, the acting defense secretary on Jan. 6, 2021, met Friday with the House panel investigating that day’s riot at the Capitol, NBC News reported. It is not clear what was discussed, including why there was a hold-up on deploying the D.C. National Guard to...

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In Our Communities
In Our Communities

CBS News talked with families at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, decades after water contamination impacted families and discussed ongoing efforts to address the impact…. The North Florida Land Trust has acquired 157 acres of the Ocala to Osceola, O2O corridor, News4Jax...

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Army Boosts Recruitment Bonus Cap

The Army will now pay up to $50,000 in signing bonuses to new recruits – up from the previous $40,000 cap – as it tries to recover from recruitment losses in recent years. “We are still living the implications of 2020 and the onset of COVID, when the school systems...

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In Our Communities

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson (R) has nominated Harry Roberts to become the state’s new military advocate. “I am humbled to be selected by Governor Parson to the role of Missouri Military Advocate,” Roberts told On Base. “It is an honor to serve the men and women in our...

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Texas Gov. Sues over Guard Vaccine Punishments

On Tuesday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) filed his own federal lawsuit saying DOD does not have authority to penalize the state’s National Guard members who refuse to get the vaccine. “The federal courts have the power to decide whether President Biden violates the U.S....

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