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Immigrants in the Military: A History of Service

Immigration / Blog August 16, 2017

Explore the history of immigrant involvement in the U.S. armed forces and the crucial work they do today.

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Smaller Military Pay Raise Unlikely to Impact Retention

Sean O’Keefe / Blog September 29, 2016

When properly executed, personnel policy has the ability to ensure the military recruits and retains the top talent it needs to be successful in the future.

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Ensuring a Strong National Defense

Ben Ritz / Blog August 22, 2016

Ballooning compensation and health care costs are consuming an increasing portion of the Pentagon’s budget, crowding out other important priorities.

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Why the Pentagon Doesn’t Want an Extra $18 Billion This Year

Sean O’Keefe / Blog July 19, 2016

The nature of the Oversees Contingency Operation budget means it fluctuates wildly every year, making it difficult to efficiently plan for long-term requirements.

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Senate Defense Bill: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Steve Bell, Brian Collins, Kenneth Megan / Blog June 10, 2015

The National Defense Authorization Act presents a mixed bag of good ideas, bad omissions and a truly ugly gimmick.

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