The lawmaker leading the work said he hopes to propose major changes to military pay in early 2024.
Advocates are hopeful they can finally fix the so-called "concurrent receipt" issue this session, following legislative successes last year.
The provision is included in the compromise defense authorization bill released this week.
The group wants military leaders to resume paying 100% of the housing allowance formula, instead of the current 95%.
VA officials and veterans advocates have warned that many veterans may be taken advantage of by lawyers filing suits related to water contamination there.
A report on planned improvements to Guard and reserve pay was due last month.
There are more options for saving in your Thrift Savings Plan, but there are costs.
This military TSP millionaire said his parents encouraged him to start saving part of his salary early, and it's paid off for him.
Decades’ worth of retroactive disability compensation could add up to hundreds of thousands of dollars for some veterans.
High-level discussions are underway about a one-time payment to help lower-paid military families deal with inflation struggles.
Six states will soon have no-cost daycare during drill weekends thanks to a new pilot.
“The last thing we want is to get mobilized and then somebody say, ‘Hey, I’ve had this injury, but I haven’t had health insurance to get it addressed.'"
We tested the commissary home delivery process, and it worked well.
DoD's 2021 report to Congress says 83 children had elevated blood lead levels. Is that an undercount?
The company will pay $13 million in refunds, stop collecting $21 million in outstanding loans and fix negative entries in credit reports.
Officials also are in discussions in California, North Carolina and more parts of Florida.
Customers will still see some shortages of infant formula for the time being, but commissary officials are optimistic that things will start to 'normalize' within 90 days.
Military life isn't conducive to family life, survey participants say.
Many brilliant officers are unwilling to languish in jobs where their knowledge and effort are underappreciated, and where middle management stifles their efforts to drive innovation.