Fort Campbell moms-to-be treated to baby shower
Baby supplies. Games building bottles, pacifiers and bibs out of Play-Doh. Raffles and prizes.
Information Dominance Fail
American intelligence and law enforcement investigators have concluded that they may never know the entirety of what the former National Security Agency contractor Edward J. Snowden extracted from classified government computers before leaving the United States, according to senior government officials.
New York Daily News
Thousands of wreaths laid at Arlington
Trucks carrying about 120,000 balsam wreaths began rolling toward the Washington, D.C.-area cemetery Dec. 8. They arrived Saturday.
Leidos receives intel support contract from U.S. Army
The contract, given under the command's Omnibus III contract vehicle, has a base performance period of one year, with a single-year option.
The Washington Post
Dvorak: Time to try something new to stop sexual assault in the military
"Whatever you hear reported? It happens a lot more than anything you're hearing," a soldier waiting in line for her salad told me.