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May 27, 2020

Senate’s NDAA markup is two weeks away. How will the pandemic change things?

Defense News The Senate Armed Services Committee will mark up its annual defense policy bill the week of June 8,

May 27, 2020

Time running out on the last US-Russia nuclear arms treaty

Defense News Time is running out on an arms control treaty that, if it’s allowed to expire, will leave the

May 27, 2020

Putin Schedules Russian Victory Day Parade for June

The Wall Street Journal Under pressure over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and Russia’s faltering economy, President Vladimir Putin said the

May 22, 2020

New nuclear talks begin between US, Russia

Defense News Early U.S.-Russia talks on a new nuclear arms control agreement have begun, and the two sides have agreed

May 22, 2020

‘Major Milestone’ As Allies Join SPACECOM’s War Plan

Breaking Defense A number of US allies may now join Space Command in the US military’s baseline plan for protecting

May 21, 2020

Army Braces For Post-COVID Cuts: Gen. Murray

Breaking Defense: Over the last two years, the Army has cut or cancelled more than 240 programs to free billions for its 34

May 21, 2020

JUST IN: Pentagon Fleshing Out New Space Advisory Committee

National Defense Magazine: The Pentagon has established a new committee dedicated to providing insight and ideas on space technologies, but

May 21, 2020

263rd Army Air and Missile Defense Command conducts after action review for COVID-19 response efforts

DVIDS: U.S. Army National Guard Soldiers assigned to the 263rd Army Air and Missile Defense Command (AAMDC), South Carolina National

May 20, 2020

The Pentagon Tries to Pivot out of the Middle East—Again

Foreign Policy When the U.S. Defense Department announced, on May 7, that it would withdraw two Patriot missile batteries and

May 20, 2020

Don’t Use COVID As Excuse to Slash Defense Spending

Breaking Defense Even as many Americans huddle in their homes to avoid the coronavirus, our adversaries have continued to use