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  • DoD releases first departmentwide social media policy 

    The Defense Department released a policy that spells out how DoD military and civilian personnel should use official social media accounts to best advance the mission of the U.S. military and further instill trust in the credibility of the DoD. 

  • Team Hill supports Operation Allies Welcome

    When the request came to assist Afghan evacuees in early September of this year, 10 Hill Airmen answered the call.With short notice, they were on a plane headed to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, to support Operation Allies Welcome with Task Force Liberty.

  • DoD extends Uniformed Services ID expiration policy

    The Department of Defense (DoD) remains committed to ensuring the health and safety of all DoD personnel and beneficiaries and ensuring their continued access to healthcare and all authorized benefits.In its ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on identification card site

  • DOD outlines new mask guidance

    The memorandum states that all individuals on military installations and those performing official duties on behalf of DOD from any location other than home, including outdoor shared spaces, will wear masks. Masks must be in accordance with current CDC guidelines.

  • SATURN radio connects U.S. forces to allies

    To improve communication with allies, the Air-to-Ground, Tactical Data Links team, headquartered here, has been working to provide the Department of Defense with an anti-jam, hack-proof, and high-frequency radio system.