Defense

Why An Antitrust War Against Google And Big Tech Is A Big Mistake (From 1945) There is a clear consensus among defense and intelligence officials across the globe that China has moved from being a competitor to the West to a threat not only to the U.S. but the entire liberal democratic world. One aspect of this growing threat is ...
Suddenly, The F-35 Fighter Is Everywhere (From Forbes) July is shaping up to be a good month for the F-35 fighter. Greece disclosed it wants to buy 20 of the stealthy aircraft, maybe more. The Czech Republic revealed it wants 24. And the Pentagon reached a handshake deal with airframe integrator Lockheed M ...
How Unmanned Warships Might Provide A New Paradigm For Naval Shipbuilding (From Forbes) The Navy has identified unmanned systems as a high-priority investment area, and is developing a diverse array of robotic sea vehicles. Some of these vehicles are genuinely autonomous warships, but with no crews. The Navy's main focus to date has been ...
How To Slash The Time And Money Needed To Build Warships–Without Cutting Capabilities (From Forbes) The U.S. Navy has been struggling unsuccessfully for 20 years to increase the number of warships in its fleet above 300. If wants to keep up with China--which will have 400 warships by the end of the decade--it will have to adjust how it does business. ...
The West Needs To Unleash Sanctions Hell On Russia Or Risk A War With NATO (From 1945) The conflict between Russia and Ukraine appears to be broadening and deepening. While Moscow’s initial strategy of a swift coup de main to decapitate the Ukrainian government failed, Russia has had significant successes in the South and East. Some obse ...
The West Needs To Unleash Sanctions Hell On Russia Or Risk A War With NATO (From 19FortyFive) The conflict between Russia and Ukraine appears to be broadening and deepening. While Moscow’s initial strategy of a swift coup de main to decapitate the Ukrainian government failed, Russia has had significant successes in the South and East. Some obse ...
Raytheon’s SPY-6 Radar Family Will Revolutionize U.S. Navy Operations (From 19FortyFive) The U.S. Navy’s new operational approach to winning a high-end fight with a peer competitor is called Distributed Maritime Operations (DMO). The essence of DMO is found in three core tenets: making U.S. forces (particularly nav ...
How Authoritarianism May Weaken The NATO Alliance (From RealClearDefense) With Turkey’s veto no longer an obstacle, Sweden and Finland now have a clear pathway to NATO membership. On June 28, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced that the alliance had reached an agreement allowing the two countries to quickly joi ...
Why Reining In Big Tech Could Be Bad News For U.S. National Security (From Forbes) The U.S. government is contemplating a raft of initiatives for regulating Big Tech, meaning the largest digital enterprises such as Apple and Amazon. There are valid reasons for regulating the sector more tightly such as protecting privacy and suppress ...
COO Chris Calio Says Raytheon Technologies Is Proving The Value Of The Merger (From Forbes) When Raytheon and United Technologies disclosed their intention to merge three years ago, they laid out a vision of a consolidated enterprise that would be nearly unstoppable in aerospace and defense. It did not take long for that vision to be tested: ...
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