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Is RFID a solution to inventory dilemmas? Target thinks so

When Target recently released a limited-time retail selection from designer Lilly Pulitzer, problems started immediately. Target's website became overwhelmed, denying access to many shoppers. And stores were no better option — lines formed early in the morning, and...

source: By Danielle Wegert
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The nation's obesity epidemic is causing significant recruiting problems for the military, with 1 in 3 young adults nationwide too fat to enlist, according to report issued by a group of retired military leaders. The nonprofit, nonpartisan group called Mission: Readiness...

source: The Associated Press via

Our United States all-voluntary military is still looking for men and women ready to serve and protect! Congress offers a competitive compensation package for your sacrifice, like a "marriage penalty" BAH cut for dual-military families, increased commissary prices and capped...

source: National Military Family Association

Members of Congress may leave Washington, D.C., without having completed an annual defense bill. Some of the proposals up for debate in the defense bill are a bad deal for the military community, including: pay raises that fail to keep pace with the private sector; dramatic...

source: Military Officers Association of America

The House and Senate will be meeting over the next couple of weeks to iron out differences in their versions of the NDAA for fiscal year 2016. The Senate version of the NDAA includes language that would be detrimental to the commissary benefit and transfers operating costs...

source: America Military Retirees Association

We strongly urge the Senate and House conferees to roll back provisions in the Senate version of the FY16 National Defense Authorization Act, which transfers operating costs to patrons including provisions to: (1) allow the Secretary...

source: Save Our Benefit

President Barack Obama announced that the Defense Department will expand existing credit protections for troops and families against predatory lenders.

source: Military Times


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