Wright-Patt Tops 30K Employees For First Time In 30 Years (From Dayton Daily News) Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson, in Max Filby’s article for the Dayton Daily News, comments on the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base employing more than 30,000 people for the first time since 1989. “You can thank the Trump administration for the inc ...
Nuclear Policy News – August 15, 2019 (From Center for Strategic and International Studies) Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson and his recent Forbes article are mentioned in the August 15 news roundup from the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Project on Nuclear Issues. “With U.S. naval forces stretched thin in the Western Pac ...
Carl Cannon’s Morning Note (From RealClearPolitics) Publisher Carl Cannon calls readers’ attention to an Op-Ed from the Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler in RealClearEnergy about the problems associated with offshore wind power, “Offshore Wind Grips Governors.” Cannon says, “Steidler points out the hi ...
Merkel’s Germany MIA In Iran Crisis (From Newsmax) Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson and his March 4 Forbes article are referenced in David A. Patten’s piece for Newsmax about the effects of Germany not participating alongside the United States in freedom-of-navigation exercises in the Strait of Hor ...
Does DoD’s Big-Money Cloud Contract Really Need A New Review? (From Federal Times) Lexington Institute’s Daniel Goure comments for Andrew Everson’s article for Federal Times on the decision regarding Defense Secretary Mark Esper’s review of the JEDI cloud contract. Concern has been raised over the Pentagon handling the contract, whic ...
Vigor’s Latest Chapter Underscores The Crisis Of American Shipbuilding (From The Seattle Times) Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson’s Forbes article is referenced in Jon Talton’s article for The Seattle Times regarding Carlyle Group’s acquisition of Vigor Industrial, a shipbuilder and marine repair company. “Washington might not have the time to ...
Pentagon Pauses $10 Billion Contract That Embroiled Amazon In Controversy (From KVCR 91.9 NPR) Lexington Institute’s Daniel Goure interviewed with NPR regarding Defense Secretary Mark Esper’s review of the JEDI cloud contract. Goure has described it as “a war cloud,” saying “They're supposed to integrate and move the kind of information that war ...
What We Can Learn from Schools that Educate Military Children (From The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint) A report from the Lexington Institute is referenced in Dr. Elizabeth Primas’ article for The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint about how the Virginia Beach school district serves its military families. The area has “some of the highest percentages of mil ...
Boeing Drops Out Of Massive Pentagon Nuclear Missile Program, Citing Unfair Competition (From The Washington Post) In Aaron Gregg’s Washington Post article, Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson comments on Boeing’s decision to withdraw from a Pentagon program to replace ground-based nuclear missiles. Thompson notes that Northrup Grumman, which remains the sole bidd ...
Trump’s ‘Made In America’ Media Campaign Puts Lockheed Martin In The Spotlight (From The Washington Post) In Aaron Gregg’s July 23 article for The Washington Post, Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson comments on the political impact of Lockheed Martin’s job creation in many states. “In the beginning of Trump’s presidency Boeing seemed to have established ...
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