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DLA does not stop pandemics from sending combat troops Thanksgiving meals

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  • The military has not prevented the pandemic from offering Thanksgiving meals to military forces around the world. The Defense Logistics Agency said it ensures that all combatants can eat all trimmed home-cooked meals this holiday. This includes 51,000 pounds of grilled turkey, 74,000 pounds of beef, and 7,000 gallons of eggnog. But because of the pandemic, DLA says this year the setup will look like a grab-and-go style takeaway instead.
  • Despite the petition for review, the Federal Communications Commission confirms that it designates ZTE as a company that poses a national security threat to the integrity of its communications network or communications supply chain. The Commission declared a threat to national security for Huawei and ZTE in late June. This decision prohibits the use of the Universal Service Fund to purchase ZTE products and services.
  • The Army has more flexible education timelines for some of its enlisted soldiers to get their career paths on track. Sgt. Army Major Michael Grinston said on Tuesday that the service will allow some soldiers to be promoted to the next rank as long as they double back within a certain period of time before taking a particular leadership course. I announced that it will be. (((Federal News Network)



DLA does not stop pandemics from sending combat troops Thanksgiving meals

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