Army

The Army’s Longtime Cloud Chief Looks Back—and Forward

Paul Puckett talks about what the service has accomplished in cloud computing since 2019, what’s left undone, and what’s next.

Defense One Radio, Ep. 115: Preparing for conflict in the Indo-Pacific

An Army two-star general explains his proposal to send a multi-domain task force to the region.

Right Hands, Right Place: Why We Must Push Military Technology Experimentation to the Edge

The Pentagon will struggle to keep up with rapidly evolving threats unless it gets better at sending promising new gear to deployed troops.

Army May Consider Buying Weapons Parts in Advance to Avoid Delays

The service should look at weapons buying “in a nonlinear way,” Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville said

Army Special Operators Seek to Reduce Suicide with ‘Bottom-Led’ Approach

Units have been ordered to develop anti-suicide efforts based on the USASOC's new strategy.

Army Debuts Improved Smartphone-Friendly Pay System

Starting Jan. 17, more than 1 million soldiers will be able to try out the new, more automated HR system.

Pentagon Rescinds COVID-Vaccine Mandate

The move was required by the 2023 defense policy bill. Troops who were ejected for refusing the vaccine may petition for a change in their discharge status.

The US Army Can Be the Joint Force's Contact Layer in the Pacific

Team a multi-domain task force with U.S. Army Forces Japan to keep tabs on China, boost deterrence, and—if necessary—fight until reinforcements arrive.

Bradleys, Self-Propelled Howitzers Head to Ukraine as More Difficult Fight in the South Awaits

The biggest U.S. aid package yet reflects new realities on the ground.

Army's Digital-Transformation Chief to Step Down

After two years of ushering the service toward cloud-based services, CIO Raj Iyer will leave "over the next several weeks."

Pentagon Scrambles to Prep New COVID Rules as Vaccine Mandate Nears End

Vaccine-refusal separations are on hold as DOD develops “further guidance.”