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Longer deployments next year

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Longer deployments next year

More soldiers will be forward deployed longer in the Indo-Pacific region next year, as part of a new Pacific Pathways effort to allow units to build stronger partnerships and readiness. Called Pacific Pathways 2.0, the program will place units in partner nations for up to six months at a time, much

New policy helps spouses continue their careers

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New policy helps spouses continue their careers

The Army recently issued a directive to reduce the financial burden for spouses who wish to continue their professional careers after they move to a new duty station. The policy allows spouses to be reimbursed up to $500 for qualified relicensing costs that result from a permanent change of station or

Top-ranked stories of 2018

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Top-ranked stories of 2018

This past year, the Army rolled out several programs and policies to boost the readiness of its soldiers as well as prepare them for life after the military. A pair of combat veterans also received the military's highest honor and a new World War II-style uniform was brought back. Below is

Army approves new PT test

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Army approves new PT test

Army senior leaders have approved a new strenuous fitness test designed to better prepare soldiers for combat tasks, reduce injuries and lead to ample cost savings across the service. The six-event readiness assessment, called the Army Combat Fitness Test, is intended to replace the current three-event Army Physical Fitness Test, which

Multi-Domain Task Force set to lead Pacific  Pathways rotation in first overseas tests

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Multi-Domain Task Force set to lead Pacific Pathways rotation in first overseas tests

The Army's ongoing pilot to develop multi-domain capabilities that could one day be replicated across the service is slated to undergo further testing overseas for the first time next year. The Multi-Domain Task Force, which leaders envision to be a battalion-plus unit that maximizes air, sea, land, cyber and space assets

New changes to retention bonuses, kickers

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New changes to retention bonuses, kickers

Officials released new guidance Tuesday on the Army's Selective Retention Bonus Program, which includes first-ever bonuses up to $52,000 for those who reenlist for critical Security Forces Assistance Brigade positions. SRB "kickers" that incentivize soldiers who reenlist early will also go into effect at the end of this month. Details are

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