Richard Sisk has more than 45 years of journalism experience in reporting and editing in the U.S. and abroad for United Press International, the N.Y. Daily News and now for Military.com. He has covered police beats, the courts, transportation and politics in New York City and Washington, D.C., and had numerous assignments in the Mideast, Europe and Latin America. He has covered six presidential campaigns and since 2016 has been Military.com’s Pentagon reporter. Sisk is a Vietnam veteran who served with the 2nd Battalion, Fourth Marines, in 1967-68.
It's the second-highest pay raise for troops since 2010.
Lawmakers expressed astonishment at the testimony of military top investigators.
More than 5,000 casualties have resulted from U.S. efforts to bring aid to the Afghan people.
The arms race in hypersonics has become a major concern for the Air Force.
The latest figures represent a dramatic increase from the last Pentagon injury report.
The unemployment rate for post-9/11 veterans rose by more than a percentage point to 4.4% in January.
The defense budget request is supposed to roll out on Monday.
Secretary Wilkie vehemently denied personal involvement in any effort to tarnish Lt. Andrea Goldstein's reputation.
So far seven have been transported to hospitals for evaluation.
Congress has to step up with more funding for the military to deter China and Russia, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper floated a controversial plan to move the task force from the Pentagon to the service.
The technology will enable doctors to offer telesurgery services to veterans across the nation.
Wilkie spoke publicly about the firing for the first time on Wednesday.
Congress has thus far been kept in the dark on why VA Secretary Robert Wilkie fired his top deputy.
The Pentagon is preparing to house as many as 1,000 more coronavirus evacuees from China.
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The Inspector General's report calls for better oversight, but one official said his office isn't responsible.
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