Starting Jan. 1, active-duty troops can no longer use paycheck allotments when purchasing vehicles, furniture, electronics and other personal property.
Midshipmen don't have to look for work like their peers at other colleges, who have been sending out dozens of resumes and trying to land interviews. After four years at the nation's elite training ground for Navy and Marine Corps officers, they're guaranteed a job.
The Navy plans to meet the $12.9 billion cost cap for its new aircraft carrier by accepting the ship unfinished and spending more money afterward, according to a report by the government’s watchdog agency.
Drones are aircraft and therefore should be regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration, the National Transportation Safety Board said this week in its long-awaited decision on a 2011 drone incident at the University of Virginia involving Raphael Pirker.