In a scathing report of cost overruns and delays of the JSF, a former UK defense official says the fighter jet is already a white elephant.
No injuries, no damages, just a precautionary measure on a routine mission, the Marines Corps says, the fighter jets will leave Taiwan when maintenance is complete..
“Misreporting” is to blame for claims that the JSF gun would not be ready on schedule, in 2017, says a Pentagon spokesman. Testing begins this year.
Redesign or part replacement not contemplated in securing airworthiness of F-35s.
The 2005 BRAC process shed half of an identified 25% excess infrastructure at military installations. Pentagon officials struggling with shrinking budgets say the percentage is larger now and seek another realignment.
Congressmen seek end of equal allocations among military branches, call for re-balancing through strategic planning. The Reserves might not survive.
Sexual assault expected to drag into Congressional discussions of Defense budget authorization.
A bevy of reports released late last week provide some hopeful budget news for Pax River, but military and cyber warnings from almost everywhere else.
Legislation would give execs ability to keep some employees on the job during sequestration trimming.
Efforts are being made to warm relationships with Chinese military as angst over size of defense budget cuts continues in Washington.