Thursday, April 11
- Vets cemeteries addressing burial errors
- Mental health programs facing budget pressure
- DoD revamps rules on preventing sexual assaults
- Report: U.S. tax dollars might still flow to Afghan militants
- Alaska soldier to be sentenced in espionage case
- DoDEA schools won’t close for furloughs this school year
- Officials: Pentagon looks to cut furlough days
- In-state tuition for GI Bill sparks debate
- ‘Quiet hero' Kapaun receives posthumous Medal of Honor
- Child of Year recipients don't let military lifestyle limit their achievements
- Data loss puts Gitmo Cole case on hold
- Ex-Ind. Guard employee indicted in alleged $200,000 fraud
- Hagel defends DoD's call for Tricare fee hikes
- Two new bills aim to strengthen mental health help
- Coast Guardsman charged with desertion
- Kindle contest: Why do you love military life?
Start your day with a roundup of top defense news.
1Islamic State threat prompts new security warnings across U.S. military
2USFK: Troops cannot pay for the companionship of 'juicy girls'
3Pentagon warns employees about Islamic State threats
4Update: Ex-Warrior Training Center boss wore unearned Ranger, Sapper tabs
5'Suicides are a problem in the Guard'