Since 1940, the Military Times publications – Army Times, Air Force Times, Navy Times and Marine Corps Times – have been a trusted source of information and advocate for U.S. service members around the world. As part of the largest independent newsroom focused on the U.S. military, their award-winning staffs provide original and unique content on pay, policy, operational missions and lifestyle of military members that cannot be found elsewhere. Military Times provides an efficient and effective reach into the military households worldwide, thanks to their ABC-audited combined weekly print circulation of 246,659 and monthly online readership of 2,264,436. In 2010, the publications received the prestigious VFW News Media Award. Calling them “the definitive voice of 2.2 million uniformed members of the active-duty military,” VFW adjutant general Allen “Gunner” Kent said their “reputation for accurate and true reporting is beyond reproach.”
Launched in January 1986, Defense News is the premier international newsweekly reporting on global defense developments, politics, legislation and programs. Its urgent, quick-read publications are produced by a newsroom of more than 125 journalists and bureaus in Europe, India, the Middle East and Pacific Rim. With a BPA-audited qualified circulation of 37,149, Defense News reaches top defense policy and procurement decision-makers worldwide, including lawmakers, military headquarters, senior staff, procurement officials and industry. It has the largest defense-identified U.S. Congressional readership, and ample circulation in the global defense industry. Defense News is the only publication in the industry with a verified BPA Pass-Along Reach of 244,424 readers per printed issue, including 97,680 in the U.S. military, 87,543 U.S. readers outside the military, and 9,191 in the U.S. Congress and staff.
For nearly 50 years, Federal Times has been “The News Source for the Business of Government,” serving U.S. federal departments, independent agencies, and uniformed and civilian personnel who manage major government facilities and military installations. Federal Times, with a qualified circulation of 40,053, reaches all branches of the federal government around the country, including 7,716 at the Senior Executive and Command levels. The awarding winning editorial staff provides critical information on human resources, IT, energy, environment issues, facility and fleet management and business travel, issues that affect the daily operations of those heading . With 146,198 unique monthly visitors, Federal Times.com provides up-to-the minute news on critical issues relevant to the federal community. Federal Times is the only publication in the industry with a BPA Pass-Along Reach that verifies 276,847 receivership with each printed issue. Among them are 24,216 in Homeland Security, 23,141 in the Department of Defense, 16,467 in Justice, 20,041 in Social Security, 14,229 in Interior and 2,610 on Capitol Hill.
Armed Forces Journal
Founded in 1863, Armed Forces Journal boasts a targeted, BPA-audited circulation of 25,050 senior military and defense thought leaders. A platform for innovative thinking and viewpoints, the publication is read by generals, colonels, captains, senior Defense Department civilians, U.S. War College professors and instructors, and U.S. lawmakers and staff. Free of official dogma and meant to provoke dialogue, its pieces are written by senior leaders and experts who analyze and provide insight on strategic and operational needs and interests.
AFJ’s signature column, “Darts & Laurels,” tracks key events, issues, actions, and people in the defense industry and across the services. Often the magazine’s first-read piece, the column awards “laurels” or throws “darts” in short, pithy editorials.
C4ISR & Networks
C4ISR & Networks is for the intelligence-age defense community. Networks of C4ISR and information technologies are the source of our modern military advantage, enabling a lighter, faster, and more precise, mobile and agile force. C4ISR & Networks is dedicated to the technologies of communications, defense and intelligence IT, unmanned systems and sensors, GEOINT and cyber. It’s the networked capabilities of these technologies that have transformed the enterprise of warfare.
Training and Simulation Journal
Founded in 2002, TSJ covers the world of military training and simulation, including multi-service training, simulator systems and software, distributed learning, and related technologies. Read by senior military, government, industry, and financial leaders who define training and simulation requirements worldwide, TSJ’s news is presented in a variety of formats: a daily blog, biweekly e-newsletter, monthly page in Defense News, and biannual magazine with a BPA-audited circulation of 16,041.