Leidos Awarded $19 Million Contract By U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command
Leidos , a national security, health and engineering solutions company, announced it was awarded a task order by the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command to provide intelligence analysis support.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Daily News Leader
Barbara G. Hanst
She was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth F. Hanst Jr. and her sister, Helen Louise Gnau Duffie.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Bald Eagles Thrive at Quantico
The bald eagle was chosen as the United States' emblem, a symbol of strength, majesty and freedom, in 1787, but its relationship with the American people was uneasy for almost another 200 years, until its population dwindled to the point that a bald eagle sighting became a rare treat.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
The Washington Post
Kingstowne is a vast planned community with hyperlocal traditions
Communities within Kingstowne develop their own traditions. For instance, Nottingham, where Sawyer lives, is active in a crime-prevention event called National Night Out, she says.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
3 ways to bring the holidays to deployed troops
Here are some ways you can help bring a bit of comfort and cheer to members of the military serving abroad.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Providing Yellow Bus Service to Military School a 'Challenging Responsibility' for Virginia ...
"The staff is entirely FCPS staff, not military. Maintenance is handled by FCPS and post home-to-school transportation is FCPS," said Farbry, who added that this arrangement has been in place for the 30 years she has worked at the school district.
Golfing too much? How is that possible?
Maybe I should think about running for president of the United States. Based on the current incumbent, I would be able to play more golf than my current work schedule permits.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Site started to support Soldier innovation
FORT BELVOIR, Va. — Do you have an idea for a Soldier-focused tactical solution? The U.S. Army Rapid Equipping Force recently launched ArmyCoCreate.com, a website for Soldiers to identify tactical challenges and collaborate to design solutions.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Patriotic Paws: County Animal Shelter Has Wounded Buddies Program for Military
Wounded military personnel in need of companionship and understanding can very often find it through the ownership of a pet.
Best-Selling Authors Relate Experiences After USO Tour
On this Veterans Day, five best-selling thriller writers are looking back at their experiences of visiting active-duty and wounded service members in the United States, Britain, Germany, and Kuwait as part of "Operation Thriller IV" the USO/Armed Forces Entertainment Tour.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Defence Industry Daily
The Sequestration Outlook, Beyond Short-Term Adjustments
"DOD's approach to sequestration was a short-term response focused on addressing the immediate funding reductions for fiscal year 2013.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Air Force Times
Panel: Merge DoD, VA care
In the Defense Department, a 'unified medical command' means a health system combining the assets of the Army, Navy and Air Force medical branches.
The Washington Post
The Armya s cyber command facility with a Star Trek-inspired showroom may be falling apart
Defense One reports that the U.S. Army Cyber Command is looking to build new facilities, because their current operations base is basically falling apart.
Art Therapy for Hurt Soldiers Expands to Fort Belvoir
An art therapy program used to treat U.S. soldiers with brain injuries after serving in Iraq or Afghanistan is expanding to the military hospital at Fort Belvoir in northern Virginia.
Stars and Stripes
Honor and serve: AARP offer supports veterans and their families
America's military veterans have served our country in battle during two World Wars, and in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan and other places near and far.