June 25, 2019

US Drops Traditional Bombs on ISIS Hackers

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Cyberwarfare includes traditional bombs in US arsenal for targeting ISIS hackers.

DOT&E Report Says F-35s Not Combat Ready

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The Pentagon report found the Marine’s trials showed its first six F35s not combat ready, although public reports during May’s trials were positive.

US to End Helium Sales, Still Bullish on Drones

The Federal Helium Reserve will stop selling helium to private users in October. A slowdown in military investment in UAS has not slowed the industry.

All-Volunteer Force: ‘Consequential Shift’ in US History

Civilian drone workers looking to organize; India debates foreign defense investment cap; exec salaries ‘deconstructed’; IRS targets more than conservatives; vet employment up; Navy seeks RAD.

Restored DoD Funds to Reduce Civilian Furlough Days

The president, some senators and the Pentagon push for military budget relief and the first pilot to break the sound barrier suggests a less expensive aircraft.