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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.
US, Japan, South Korea Conduct Nighttime Air Exercise
October 13, 2017

US, Japan, South Korea Conduct Nighttime Air Exercise

By Franz-Stefan Gady
US strategic bombers for the first time carried out a nighttime training mission with Japanese, ROK fighter Jets near Sea of Japan.

Can India and the United States Work Out the Kinks for a Fighter Production Deal?
September 23, 2017

Can India and the United States Work Out the Kinks for a Fighter Production Deal?

By Robert Farley
Will concern over technology transfer scuttle another aviation deal for India?

US B-1B Bombers and Japanese Fighters Stage Exercises in the East China Sea
September 11, 2017

US B-1B Bombers and Japanese Fighters Stage Exercises in the East China Sea

By Ankit Panda
The exercise is the second show of force in East Asia involving B-1B bombers since North Korea's sixth nuclear test.

US, Japan Conduct Military Exercise in Hokkaido
August 15, 2017

US, Japan Conduct Military Exercise in Hokkaido

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Over 2,000 U.S. Marines are joined by 1,500 Japan Self-Defense Force personnel in an annually-held joint contingency exercise.
Be Honest About the B-21: When Strategic Bombing Works and When It Doesn't
July 20, 2017

Be Honest About the B-21: When Strategic Bombing Works and When It Doesn't

By Robert Farley
Supporting the B-21 Raider means looking back critically at previous strategic bombing failures.

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?
After 10 Years, US B-52H Resumes Operations in Afghanistan
August 20, 2016

After 10 Years, US B-52H Resumes Operations in Afghanistan

By Shawn Snow
After increased rules of engagement for U.S. forces, the U.S. strategic bomber returns to Afghanistan.

Could Restarting F-22 Raptor Production Ever Be a Good Idea?
April 26, 2016

Could Restarting F-22 Raptor Production Ever Be a Good Idea?

By Robert Farley
Is there a good reason to restart production of the F-22? Without export prospects, maybe not.

Fighting the Middle Kingdom in the Maritime Domain
January 13, 2016

Fighting the Middle Kingdom in the Maritime Domain

By Col Michael W. “Starbaby” Pietrucha
The role of modern airpower in the critical maritime domain

For the First Time Since the B-17, America Might Have a Bomber Designed for Asia
September 11, 2015

For the First Time Since the B-17, America Might Have a Bomber Designed for Asia

By Robert Farley
The LRS-B could turn out to be the bomber that gives Washington the edge it needs in the Asia-Pacific.
US Air Force Presents New Guidelines on Dealing With China
August 15, 2015

US Air Force Presents New Guidelines on Dealing With China

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The U.S. Air Force is trying to deepen its relationship with the People’s Liberation Army Air Force.

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