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The Pentagon Is Facing a Serious Workforce Problem

The Pentagon’s cybersecurity mission is facing a classic supply and demand problem: There’s a nationwide shortage of tech talent and an oversupply of jobs. This leaves the Pentagon starved of the cybersentries needed to defend its digital networks as the nation’s top computer scientists and software engineers often choose careers in the private sector that… Keep Reading

Ohio University Study Aims to Help Military Regain Full Strength

  A study proposed to better help military personnel fully recovery from knee injuries has been awarded a research grant of $750,000 from the United States Department of Defense. Dustin Grooms, an assistant professor of athletic training in Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions, serves as the lead investigator in the project. He… Keep Reading

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Brookings Recommendations for Future National Defense Strategy

As the Defense Department puts the final touches on the 2018 National Defense Strategy, the Pentagon is wrestling with how to build a military that can fight and win wars today and in the future. It should focus on high-end conventional challenges while limiting the stresses of the current counterterrorism fight. Much is and will… Keep Reading

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