After 9,000 Guardsmen Weren’t Paid Owed Bonuses, House Lawmakers Say They Want Answers

Marksmanship Sustainment Training Exercise at Riverroad Training Site

Following a report published by detailing the National Guard’s failure to pay over 9,000 soldiers their signing bonuses, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers has sent a letter to the National Guard’s commanding officer, demanding answers for the lack of accountability and to know when the service members will get their bonuses. Penned by […]

Lawmakers Look to Make Military Housing More Livable with Annual Defense Bill

Senior leaders check barracks facilities for mold at Fort Stewart

Barracks would legally have to be considered habitable under one version of an annual defense policy bill advanced last week by the Senate Armed Services Committee, a move that could set a new higher standard of quality for the housing. The on-base military housing is now exempt from the legal requirements of basic habitability imposed […]