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Rethinking Air Superiority Acquisition in the United States
October 02, 2019

Rethinking Air Superiority Acquisition in the United States

By Robert Farley
How much can technological improvements really do to improve procurement problems?

North Korea Vows to Respond to South's Deployment of F-35 Stealth Fighters
July 11, 2019

North Korea Vows to Respond to South's Deployment of F-35 Stealth Fighters

By Associated Press
North Korea slammed South Korea over its ongoing deployment of high-tech U.S. fighter jets.
Is China Rethinking the Shenyang J-31 Fighter?
November 13, 2018

Is China Rethinking the Shenyang J-31 Fighter?

By Robert Farley
The Chinese military has been lukewarm about the J-31, concerned that its performance did not merit domestic acquisition.

F-35A Stealth Fighter Jet Price Dips Below $90 Million For First Time
October 03, 2018

F-35A Stealth Fighter Jet Price Dips Below $90 Million For First Time

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The U.S. Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin have finalized a new contract for the 11th batch of F-35s.

F-35 Brains in an F-22 Body: Thinking Through Japan's Next-Generation Fighter Options
May 01, 2018

F-35 Brains in an F-22 Body: Thinking Through Japan's Next-Generation Fighter Options

By Robert Farley
Getting there won't be easy, but an updated F-22 is, in theory, a formidable concept.

Why the F-35 Isn’t Good Enough for Japan
April 28, 2018

Why the F-35 Isn’t Good Enough for Japan

By Abraham Ait
Tokyo looks to American and indigenous alternatives as a result of the joint strike fighter’s shortcomings.

What Does the Latest F-35 Data Breach Teach Us About Defense Industrial Espionage?
October 20, 2017

What Does the Latest F-35 Data Breach Teach Us About Defense Industrial Espionage?

By Robert Farley
Autarky has its merits. If partners don't have your unclassified data, it can't be taken from them.
Room for Maneuver in Australia's Naval Aviation Plans?
February 08, 2017

Room for Maneuver in Australia's Naval Aviation Plans?

By Robert Farley
Australia's longstanding procurement plans may merit reconsideration.

'Optionality' and the Future of US Defense Procurement
January 05, 2017

'Optionality' and the Future of US Defense Procurement

By Robert Farley
“Optionality” may someday become one of the buzzwords that we simultaneously bemoan and find useful.

Is This What the Pentagon's 'Third Offset' Has Been Missing All Along?
December 30, 2016

Is This What the Pentagon's 'Third Offset' Has Been Missing All Along?

By Robert Farley
Have changes to the U.S. industrial and technological sector posed new challenges for defense procurement?

Just How Wide-Reaching Are China's Economic Espionage Efforts?
December 13, 2016

Just How Wide-Reaching Are China's Economic Espionage Efforts?

By Robert Farley
Chinese economic espionage was never limited to just the United States or just one industry.
Signs of Diminishing Returns for US Military Investment Against A2/AD
September 02, 2016

Signs of Diminishing Returns for US Military Investment Against A2/AD

By Steven Stashwick
Trends show U.S. could maintain its military edge and still fight to a draw in the future.

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