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Nuclear Bombers in an A2/AD World
June 11, 2014
Nuclear Bombers in an A2/AD World
Anti-access/area-denial capabilities will not impact the nuclear mission of America’s bomber fleet.
Nuclear Bombers in an A2/AD World
What is the US Air Force's New Bomber For?
March 13, 2014
What is the US Air Force's New Bomber For?
The USAF's next generation bomber will cost between $550 and $810 million – does it have a niche to fill?
What is the US Air Force's New Bomber For?
America’s Military at a Crossroads
December 04, 2013
America’s Military at a Crossroads
The U.S. military faces a 21st century identity crisis. But despite blanket spending cuts, it has options.
America’s Military at a Crossroads
China to Japan: Shooting Down Drones Would Be Act of War
October 28, 2013
China to Japan: Shooting Down Drones Would Be Act of War
Plus, South Korea hopes to deploy two light aircraft carriers by 2036. Monday defense links.
China to Japan: Shooting Down Drones Would Be Act of War
US Air Force Embraces Sequestration and Asia
October 04, 2013
US Air Force Embraces Sequestration and Asia
Every problem represents an opportunity. For the USAF, the sequester problem is being used to pivot to Asia.
US Air Force Embraces Sequestration and Asia
US Military Protects Nuclear Missions From Sequestration
September 21, 2013
US Military Protects Nuclear Missions From Sequestration
The US Navy and Air Force have reaffirmed that nuclear delivery systems will be shielded from cuts.
US Military Protects Nuclear Missions From Sequestration
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