Washington Report (October 27, 2015) The Defense Department's decision to place a for-profit university on probation has drawn fire from three Republican senators, who think the Pentagon acted unfairly when it restricted the school's access to bases and prevented new students from enrolling if they... Read more
Washington Report (October 27, 2015)  Airmen getting ready to work on Capitol Hill visited NGAUS headquarters Wednesday to talk to staff and learn how the association can be a resource during their time in Washington, D.C.    The 20 airmen, including one Air National Guard member, are participating... Read more
WASHINGTON (Oct. 21, 2015) — Unique cybersecurity capabilities and partnerships will be featured when the House National Guard and Reserve Components Caucus hosts the first State Cyber Day tomorrow (Oct. 22) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the foyer of the Rayburn House Office Building.  Officials from... Read more
Washington Report (October 20, 2015) Sixteen senators wrote to Army leadership Friday, asking for clarity on the Army's tactical wheeled vehicle strategy.   The note to John McHugh, the Army secretary, and Gen. Mark A. Milley, the Army chief of staff, comes two months after the Army awarded Oshkosh... Read more
Washington Report (October 20, 2015) The role of the National Guard and other state organizations in cyber security will be on display Thursday during State Cyber Day in the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C. The event is sponsored by the House National Guard and Reserve Components... Read more
Washington Report (October 13, 2015) The chairman of the National Commission on the Future of the Army is "surprised and disappointed" by concerns from lawmakers over the conduct of the panel that is considering how the service can best meet future threats. Retired Gen. Carter Ham responded to a... Read more
Washington Report (October 13, 2015) The 2016 National Defense Authorization Act passed by Congress last week will not reach the president's desk until next week. President Barack Obama has said he will veto the bill because it bypasses caps on military spending. But the bill has not yet been... Read more
Washington Report (October 6, 2015) The Senate could vote as soon as today on the 2016 National Defense Authorization Act, but the president has said he will veto the version of the bill that passed the House last week.   President Barack Obama opposes the bill because House Republicans included... Read more
Washington Report (October 6, 2015) Two Republican House members believe the National Commission on the Future of the Army is taking a narrow approach to its task and have encouraged it to "identify areas where improvement can be made, and efficiencies found."   Rep. Kay Granger of Texas and Rep.... Read more
Washington Report (September 29, 2015) Congress is likely to pass a short-term measure to fund the government into December, but the Defense Department took the cautionary step Friday of warning troops about what to expect if the government shuts down at midnight Wednesday when the 2015 fiscal year... Read more