Latest "policy" stories
Transgender airmen, guardians guaranteed equal opportunity under new policy
“Diverse backgrounds, beliefs and experiences make us a stronger workforce,” said acting Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Manpower and Reserve Affairs John Fedrigo.
How one airman’s experiences gave birth to new policy on maternity uniforms
Senior Master Sgt. Genevieve, superintendent of the 13 Reconnaissance Squadron couldn't find maternity uniforms anywhere. She soon realized she wasn't alone and decided to advocate and work for change.
By Harm Venhuizen
David Trachtenberg, No. 2 policy official, exits Pentagon
Yet another spot in the Pentagon is opening up with the exit of the department's No. 2 policy official.
By Aaron Mehta
The White House wants 37 items gone from the NDAA
The House draft of the annual Pentagon policy bill is full of things the White House finds objectionable. Enough for a veto? Probably not.
By Joe Gould
New Pentagon rule bans ‘offensive jokes’ and harassing behavior
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, known for his own use of colorful language to inspire the troops, said a new Pentagon policy targeting offensive language and behavior should not be interpreted as a draconian end to military camaraderie.
By Tara Copp