June 25, 2019

Coast Guard Performs Operations in Asia

Coast Guard Cutter Performing Operations in Asia

Earlier this month, the cutter Bertholf made a port stop in Hong Kong, the first time the Coast Guard has visited the Chinese territory in 17 years.

Drones Change the Battlefield & Bases

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Drones are already changing the battlefield and impacting US strategy. Increased robotic controls of drones will likely also reduce the human footprint of counterinsurgency as the technology advances.

F-35s Gaining Foothold in Europe

F-35s Gaining Foothold in Europe

The F-35 fighter jet is arriving in growing numbers in Europe, and military officials say it is poised to play a much broader role in missile defense.

Air Force & Navy Search for New High-Tech Fighter Aircraft

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Both the Air Force and Navy are each developing a new high-tech fighter aircraft, but details are secret and approaches to the need vary. Likely the answer will be a system not a single aircraft.

Cyber Studies Added to Midshipman Classes

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Everyday studies at the US Naval Academy will now include lessons for midshipmen in how to operate in the cyber domain. The addition reflects the reality of the world wherever they head next,

Allied Air Strikes on IS Continue

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Photos capture life aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier where US fighter jets launch to fight the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq .

More Hornets & F-35s: Navy’s Unfunded Priorities

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If there is more money in the 2016 budget, the Navy wants fighter jets higher on the unfunded priorities list

MQ-1 Predator Lost in NW Syria

US military personnel lost control of an MQ-1 Predator above northwest Syria; NATO sends six ships to maneuvers in the Black Sea.

Morning Coffee: Budget Cuts Naval Aviation, Not UCLASS

Potential Boeing UCLASS

Unmanned technology and benefit reductions define Pentagon budget strategies and a slim majority of Senators keep sexual assault cases inside chain of command to avert a war against the military cultural.

Morning Coffee: Energy is US Cyber’s Weak Link

Nuclear-safety regs after Three Mile Island incentivized compliance, government should use the same method for cyber-security compliance of all energy distributors, says study.