Gordon Adams on the Murray-Ryan budget deal: “But let’s get real: $498 billion is a pretty good deal in a world where threats to the United States are low, terror attacks are …Read more ›
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It’s A2/AD Day, apparently:
Starting by declaring that wars of choice are gravely risky and therefore the U.S. military should be optimized for wars of necessity, Sam Tangredi argues that counter-A2/AD operations …Read more ›
The Pentagon is taking a hard look at the size of its future force, Defense News reports: DepSecDef Ash Carter is leading a “base force” review, the first since the early 1990s. …Read more ›
CSBA’s Todd Harrison crunched the numbers and found that, if history is any guide, the budget levels prescribed under …Read more ›
Now that the insanity of the shutdown is past (for now), we can get back to railing against the inflexibity of the sequester. Here’s Lt. Col. Robert Bateman’s take. (Esquire).
Today’s the …Read more ›
Good on Pacific Air Forces for practicing no-GPS, no-radio operations. It’s a method championed by Marine Gen. James Mattis and in AFJ. The idea, as Air Combat Command’s Gen. Mike Hostage put …Read more ›
Remember President Obama’s “We don’t do pinpricks” speech? Lionel Beehner begs to differ. And, he says, “countries across the globe are beginning to mirror the United States by …Read more ›
The GOP fight to delay Obamacare has sapped efforts to eliminate sequester cuts. (The Hill)
On the 20th anniversary of the Battle of Mogadishu, Benjamin Runkle draws up a list of lessons …Read more ›
At Information Dissemination, Galhran sounds the alarm bell on rifts in the Navy’s leadership: “It is shocking how much of a wasted year this has been for the Navy to make a …Read more ›