Despite Some Progress on a Stopgap Bill, Shutdown Chances Grow
Despite Some Progress on a Stopgap Bill, Shutdown Chances Grow

The country is inching closer to a government shutdown when the fiscal year ends Saturday night. Here’s the latest: “Based on what we know right now, it seems exceedingly likely that the federal government is going to shut down this weekend. Full stop.” That’s how...

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Pentagon Creating Eight Regional Microelectronics Hubs
Pentagon Creating Eight Regional Microelectronics Hubs

DOD is awarding a total of $238 million to eight partnerships in seven states to help boost the semiconductor-industrial base in the U.S., C4ISRNET reported. “The regional hubs will spur economic growth, not just locally but more broadly,” Deputy Defense Secretary...

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In Our Communities
In Our Communities

The Beavercreek City Council passed an ordinance this week to deter potential investors with “malicious intent” from purchasing land near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, according to WHIO TV. “We expect all developers to comply with any applicable federal...

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Pentagon: Shutdown Would Affect Troop Pay, Readiness
Pentagon: Shutdown Would Affect Troop Pay, Readiness

If Congress doesn’t extend government spending and the government shuts down Saturday night, service members could go without pay for an unknown period of time. Here’s what we know about the potential shutdown’s impact: As On Base reported, DOD released preliminary...

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Kendall Foresees a New Kind of War

Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall warned Monday that war is coming and that it will be “a kind of war we have no modern experience with.” Kendall was speaking at the Air & Space Forces Association conference. “Today the intelligence couldn’t be clearer,” Kendall...

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In Our Communities

The Navy has agreed to vacate a 3.4-acre waterfront site in San Diego so Port of San Diego can use the area for redevelopment, as Off Plan Property Exchange reported. The port will pay $5.75 million for the site.... Newsbreak has a look at what is known so far about a...

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Snap of the Week

Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic Executive Director Peter Reddy threw the first pitch at the Charleston RiverDogs military appreciation game Sept. 2 in South Carolina. Navy photo by Joe Bullinger

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In Our Communities

Among the entities helping with Hurricane Idalia recovery is the Florida State Guard, recently stood back up by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) to support the National Guard. It’s the civilian volunteer force’s first deployment since it went defunct after World War II,...

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