Tag Archives: Army

Mission Accomplished? What DOD Needs to Do to Address Its Key Challenges

Defending the nation is no easy task. DOD faces a wide array of evolving threats. And more than a decade of warfare has taken its toll on DOD personnel and equipment. So where does that leave the Department? Today’s WatchBlog … Continue reading

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Managing DOD’s Spare Parts

Spare parts. Every military service—the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps—has them, and they’re crucial to ensuring that complicated and expensive weapons systems work when needed. There are also a lot of them—as of September 2014, the Department of … Continue reading

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Building Tomorrow’s Army

The Army—the oldest and largest of the U.S. military services—has a plan to reduce its size but still be able to meet threats against the nation. Balancing these national defense concerns, such as terrorism and other threats, with how much … Continue reading

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Military Hazing (podcast)

Military life is full of rituals and rites of passage that promote camaraderie among servicemembers. But some actions cross the line into hazing. While hazing can take a toll on anyone, in the military it can also undermine an entire … Continue reading

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Climate Change Adaptation and National Security

In a new report, we assessed the Department of Defense’s (DOD) actions to adapt its U.S. infrastructure to the challenges of climate change. While it’s not possible to link any individual weather event to climate change, these events provide insight … Continue reading

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