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Pentagon Using Pontiac Firm’s 3-D Safety Training

Pontiac-based 3-D Experiential Training Co. LLC said its immersive 3-D safety training videos and viewing hardware have been procured by Washington Headquarters Services, a Department of Defense agency created in 1977 for DoD-wide support functions

02/10/2011

Pentagon Study Dismisses Risk Of Openly Gay Troops

Defense Secretary Robert Gates told Pentagon reporters on Tuesday that existing policies such as housing and spousal benefits for military service members “can and should be applied equally to homosexuals as well as heterosexuals.”

11/30/2010

WikiLeaks Documents Detail Murder, Abuse In Iraq

Military documents laid bare in the biggest leak of secret information in U.S. history suggest that far more Iraqis died than previously acknowledged during the years of sectarian bloodletting and criminal violence unleashed by the […]

10/23/2010

Pentagon Hit by Gunfire, Temporarily Locked Down

Someone fired shots at the Pentagon early Tuesday in what U.S. security officials described as “a random event.” No one was injured in the predawn incident in which shots were fired into two windows at […]

10/19/2010

September 11th, Nine Years Later

Family members of Sept. 11 victims recited loved ones’ names through tears on the ninth anniversary of the attacks Saturday, avoiding direct mention of the political furor centered two blocks from ground zero. Soon after, […]

09/11/2010

Pentagon Looks To Cut Billions From Budget

The U.S. Defense Department plans to shed one of its 10 major military commands as Defense Secretary Robert Gates tries to pare billions of dollars from the Pentagon’s operating budget, officials briefed on the plan […]

08/09/2010

Pentagon Scrambles To Assess Wikileaks Damage

The U.S. Defense Department said Monday it was trying to assess the damage caused by the leak of some 91,000 classified documents on the Afghanistan war.

07/26/2010

Petraeus To Argue Afghanistan War On Track

The Pentagon will try to convince the nation this week that the war in Afghanistan remains on track, despite a shake-up in military leadership.

06/28/2010

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