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Congress is waging a public battle on the fate of the JSTARS recap program, but behind the scenes, the Air Force is quietly taking steps that will allow them to award a contract for a program that leaders say they don’t need.
The Navy now says it will retain both of its hospital ships, following objections from legislators after the service discussed decommissioning one of the 1,000-patient vessels earlier this year.
WARNER ROBINS, GA - The U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday that Robins Air Force Base is getting a new battlefield management mission that will include drones.
The base will host the Advanced Battle Management System, a new global air space intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance information system mission, said Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson.
In mid-May, Reps. Austin Scott, R-Ga., and Lois Frankel, D-Fla., introduced legislation that aims to introduce more stringent labeling requirements for E15.
As chairman of the board of trustees for Friends of Andersonville, Jim Covington thought he understood more about the Middle Georgia military cemetery and national historic site than just about anyone.
Lawmakers are warning against the use of a certain ethanol-based fuel.
Despite the higher gas prices since 2014, you can expect more people on the roads.
Members of Congress are looking for ways to make sure our armed services have the resources to remain competitive overseas and at home.
"The Competition you mentioned of retaining people in a growing economy," says Senator Thom Tillis.
This week, U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel, D-Fla., paired up with U.S. Rep. Austin Scott, R-Ga., to bring out a bill offering consumers more information about ethanol at pumps across the nation.
Scott brought out the “Consumer Protection and Fuel Transparency Act” on Wednesday with Frankel as a cosponsor. The two representatives are both members of the Boating Caucus.
The modernization of wildlife conservation funding took a step forward earlier this week as the House Committee on Natural Resources gave the nod to legislation aimed at recruitment and retention of new hunters.
Last month, US Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced that this year more than $1.1 billion will be distributed to state wildlife agencies from taxes generated by the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act (widely referred to as the Pittman-Robertson Act) and the Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish Restoration Act.