The Navy is rescinding its tradition requiring sailors to have 12 years of blemish-free conduct to rate gold stripes.
The U.S. Army is launching a new merit-based promotion system for enlisted personnel will force out "subpar."
The nomination for 38th commandant of the Marine Corps is set to come this year as Gen. Robert Neller completes his tenure.
Navy leaders will be rewarding more top-notch sailors with merit-based advancements this year.
The new structure is based on merit, not necessarily test scores.
The elimination of the paper forms is "designed to streamline our advancement worksheet processes."
Sailors and officers will see more promotions, opportunities to work with outside companies and flexible career options.
The USS Constitution has fired a pair of salutes during a guided spin around Boston Harbor to honor sailors selected to...
Sailors who don't want to see their careers derailed by a missed appointment better keep teeth cleanings on their radars.
The sometimes-rigid officer promotion system could see major shake-ups after Congress approved a series of reforms.