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Navy taps Good Technology for iOS, Android security

A cross-platform mobile device program deployed through the Navy Marine Corps Intranet network will use Good Technology to secure mobile content and apps on iOS and Android devices

Navy extends maternity leave to 18 weeks

The Navy and Marine Corps will now allow women to take 18 weeks of maternity leave, tripling the amount of leave that new mothers previously had, says a July 2 Navy statement.

No shooting at Washington Navy Yard, all personnel are safe, Military officials say

Federal workers at the Washington Navy Yard were given the "all clear"  –  lifting a morning lockdown  –  after someone inside the installation in Southeast D.C. reported hearing shots fired around 7:30 a.m.

GAO: Navy exceeded allowable carryover funding limits for repairs

The Navy exceeded its allowable limit for carryover funds for repairing equipment in 10 of the last 11 years, says a June 30 Government Accountability Office report.

Navy Secretary calls for extended maternity leave, more education opportunities for servicemembers

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus laid out a number of personnel initiatives in a May 13 speech, including a call to double the number of weeks of paid maternity leave for sailors and Marines and more education opportunities.

GAO: Navy needs to make up its mind on the mission of its new, unmanned aircraft

The development of an aircraft carrier-based unmanned plane has been delayed by years because the Navy has not determined whether the technology will primarily be used for attacks or for surveillance. 

GAO: Army hasn't met own target of reducing on-hand excess inventory

The services are responsible for fourt-fifths of the Defense Department's $98 billion in secondary item excess inventory, which includes spare parts that can be repaired and reused and other supplies needed to maintain military equipment.

AP: Special Operations members don't think women can do the job

U.S. special forces members don't believe that women can handle the physical and mental demands and are concerned the Defense Department will weaken standards to allow women to serve in the elite fighting units, says an April 6 Associated Press article.

Navy officials says sequestration cuts could endanger lives

Leaders of the Navy and Marine Corps took up the charge to warn against the problems facing the DoD if sequestration-related cuts stay in place for next fiscal year, in a March 10 statement.

GAO: Army, Navy Dept. fail to track service separation due to non-disability mental conditions

The Army, Navy and Marines don't know how many military members have been separated from service due to mental illness that aren't considered service-related, says a Feb. 13 Government Accountability Office report.