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Military Times congressional bureau chief explains the California Guard bonus scandal to O’Reilly & CNBC

Leo Shane, congressional bureau chief of Military Times was invited by both Fox News and CNBC to speak about the Pentagon’s demand for bonus enlistment repayment from members of the California National Guard. He spoke expertly about the issue and even managed to end the discussion with Bill O’Reilly on a pleasant note. Watch the clips below: Closing Bell on CNBC …

New poll shows Donald Trump still leads with military voters despite scandals

Support for Gary Johnson, previously in a statistical tie with Trump, dropped dramatically in follow-up Military Times/Institute for Veterans and Military Families Poll WASHINGTON, D.C., Oct. 19, 2016 – Donald Trump maintains his lead among military voters despite recent sexual scandals, in the latest Military Times/Institute for Veterans and Military Families Poll released today by the Military Times Media Group …

Donald Trump and Gary Johnson tied for the military vote

The Military Times/ Institute for Veterans and Military Families Poll presents the first scientific study on service members’ voting preferences.   WASHINGTON, D.C., September 20, 2016 – Gary Johnson is locked in a statistical tie with Donald Trump among active-duty military personnel, as revealed in the Military Times/Institute for Veterans and Military Families Poll released today by the Military Times Media Group (Army …

Leo Shane talks to C-SPAN about military and veteran issues in presidential campaign

Leo Shane appeared on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal and discussed military and veteran issues in the 2016 presidential campaign. He shares service members, veterans and families’ concerns that both campaigns are focusing on the military for all the wrong reasons. Watch the C-SPAN interview here. Follow Military Times’ election coverage here.  

Leo Shane on CBS News Radio about Trump’s meeting with Gold Star families

Leo Shane spoke with Tom Sabella of CBS News Radio about Donald Trump’s meeting with Gold Star families amid recent controversy. Here are audio clips of the interview that aired as part of top of the hour news updates. Read the Military Times story here.

Navy Times’ David Larter on Fox Business about dispute between China and Philippines

Navy Times reporter David Larter speaks with Charles Payne of Fox Business News on the international dispute between China and the Philippines over the South China Sea. Watch the Charles Payne interview here.

Patricia Kime addresses a variety of veterans issues on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal

Military Times senior reporter Patricia Kime discussed the state of veterans health care in the U.S. on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, answering veterans’ questions on a variety of Veterans Affairs issues. Watch the C-SPAN interview here.

Jeff Schogol interviews Armed Services Chairman on C-SPAN

Jeff Schogol of Military Times sat down with Armed Services Chairman Mac Thornberry in this week’s edition of Newsmakers. He was joined by The Washington Post reporter Karoun Demirjian and C-SPAN’s John McArdle. The program aired Sunday, May 22 on C-SPAN. Watch the C-SPAN interview.  

Gizmodo picks up Navy Times anti-drone gun video

The Navy Times video taken during the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Expo was featured by Gizmodo. In a blog post entitled, These Anti-Drone Guns Are the Future of Messing with your Neighbors, Meghann Myers is seen with the DroneDefender. Read the Gizmodo post. Watch the original Navy Times video. Read other stories by Meghann Myers.

Rachel Maddow of MSNBC calls Leo Shane of Military Times, one of the best military and veterans reporters in the country

Military Times Congressional bureau chief,  Leo Shane, received raving compliments from Rachel Maddow.  In an interview during The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC, the host and political analyst said, “Leo Shane, a Congressional reporter for Military Times: One of the best military and veterans reporters in the country. Again, I really do read every single thing that you write and I think …