How a simple request got me blacklisted by the Pentagon

The Department of Defense has a lot of problems — a series of wars in Iraq that never seem to fully end, a conflict in Afghanistan that just won’t end, quasi-wars in Pakistan and Yemen and Somalia with no end in sight; a proliferation of terror groups around the globe; and its numerous failed, failing, and scuttled training efforts to create local proxy armies.

And then there’s me.

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Department of Defense Fails to Disclose Information About Gender Disparities in Admissions at Military Service Academies

The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Connecticut, and the Service Women’s Action Network filed a lawsuit today against the Department of Defense for failing to release records under the Freedom of Information Act that would show how three military academies maintain policies that result in an underrepresentation of women in the student population.

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Air Force, Guard document rule may violate law

From Navy Times:

(Nov 23, 2012) – The Air Force has set an information release policy that appears to violate federal law, and the National Guard may have followed suit.

The directive, which restricts how documents can be made public, runs counter to the practices of other branches of the military, as well as the Defense Department itself.

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Small Business Advocacy Group Takes Pentagon to Court

From Project on Government Oversight:

In an ongoing effort to document the extent to which large businesses are winning federal small business contracts, the American Small Business League (ASBL) has filed another lawsuit to force the government to turn over contracting data.

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