The top Democrats on the House and Senate Armed Services Committees on Tuesday condemned President Donald Trump’s pledge to send active-duty service members to quell nationwide protests against police brutality,
SPJ, @spjfoi and 34 other organizations sent a letter to the Senate and House Armed Services Committees. We staunchly oppose the Pentagon's request to further shroud its budget in secrecy. Taxpayers deserve to know how every cent is being spent.
House Armed Services Committee’s Future of Defense Task Force members @RepJimBanks , @RepPaulMitchell , and @sethmoulton visited Raytheon BBN in Cambridge, MA, to learn how our innovative tech and leading-edge research are meeting the need for national security innovation.
Too many military families are living in hazardous or unhealthy conditions in privatized military housing. Our bill to fix this was included in the defense funding bill and we’re urging the House and Senate Armed Services Committees to keep these protections in the final bill.
Imagine if our commander in chief brought a decade of experience on the Armed Services Committees instead of two years on Twitter. #DemDebate
11:03 A.M.: "The House received a communication from the Honorable Duncan Hunter. Mr. Hunter submitted his resignations from the Committees on Armed Services, Education and the Workforce, and Transportation and Infrastructure. The resignations were accepted without objection.”
Sen. Tim Kaine, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committees, responds to Trump announcement of joint Syria air strikes: "We need to put clear limits in place before he starts another war"