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 ...
Mark Esper Sworn In As Defense Secretary After Overwhelming Support From Senate (From The Washington Times) In Lauren Meier’s article for The Washington Times, Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson comments on the Senate confirmation of Mark Esper as Defense Secretary. “Esper and the president will typically be in agreement that force is the last resort rathe ...
The Worst Orders You’ll Ever Get? (From MilitaryTimes) Lexington Institute’s Dan Goure comments for MilitaryTimes’ article on the preparedness required for the Navy’s Strategic Arctic Ports. Goure noted that Russia sees the Arctic as a “vulnerable long flank” and also noted that for Moscow, “the cost of ma ...
The Great Industrial Competition: Mergers, Acquisitions And Geopolitical Events Fuel Revenue (DefenseNews) Lexington Institute’s Daniel Goure is referenced in Aaron Mehta’s article for DefenseNews on a trend of rising global defense industry revenues. Goure commented on the merger of L3 Technologies and Harris Corporation, as well as Raytheon and United Tec ...
Shaping Space Career Tracks; Navy Recon Aircraft Shadowed; INDOPACOM Boss Urges Policy Change (Air Force Magazine) Lexington Institute’s Daniel Goure has his Fifth Domain article, “How to protect the growing internet of battlefield things,” included in Air Force Magazine’s Daily Report. “It is imperative that the Pentagon implement a security framework that allows ...
A 3-star to CNO? What could go wrong? The Drift, Vol. XL (From DefenseNews) Lexington Institute’s Dan Goure spoke with DefenseNews’ David B. Larter on “The Drift” about the incoming Chief of Naval Operations, 3-star Vice Adm. Michael Gilday. “Clearly, the major issue is the size and composition of the fleet and moving to all t ...
Trump: Administration To Review Pentagon Computer Contract (From Associated Press) Lexington Institute’s Daniel Goure comments on Matt O’Brien’s and Darlene Superville’s article for the Associated Press on Trump plan to review a contract the Pentagon is awarding for the Department of Defense’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...
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