Here's what the former president and his loyalists have said about how they might use U.S. troops in a second term.
Air National Guard director says the effort is taking a bit longer because pilots need to learn a “full range of missions.”
Backers may point to classified intelligence to convince colleagues to support the renewal of the controversial warrantless spying power.
The former president's vow to gut civil-service protections at the Pentagon and elsewhere is "all about patronage and loyalty," one senator says.
Space Force also lists changes, including a futures command.
But some lawmakers and outside experts have their doubts.
Key psyops units may get squeezed by a Pentagon effort to trim special-operations forces.
Service revives program to plug manning holes. But will anyone take the jobs?
The Defense Innovation Board would like Congress to "enshrine DOD data access and rights in all vendor agreements.”
But hitting next year’s goal of 100,000 shells per month will require Congress to approve a Ukraine aid bill.
The new Army Space and Missile Defense Command leader also praised the use of Coyote anti-drone interceptors.
With less than 30 percent of young Americans eligible for military service, the course aims to boost potential recruits' physical and academic scores.
In the past 12 months, the youngest service has awarded contracts worth an estimated $11.9 billion.
The Pentagon-led Ukrainian Defense Contact Group seeks to keep Kyiv “ahead of the curve.”