Latest "National defense strategy" stories
Lawmakers should prohibit the withdrawal of F-15s from Japan pending the submission of a classified assessment, these authors argue.
By Mackenzie Eaglen, Eric Sayers and Dustin Walker
Along with investments in directed-energy and hypersonics, the strategy would make U.S. a “fast-follower” in artificial intelligence and autonomy.
"Acting Secretary Shanahan has proven over the last several months that he is beyond qualified to lead the Department of Defense, and he will continue to do an excellent job," White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement.
America’s military superiority has “eroded to a dangerous degree,” leaving the U.S. in crisis if faced with more than one conflict at once, a new congressionally-mandated report concluded.
By Aaron Mehta
The Pentagon's can't lose sight of modernization in favor of readiness, even if it's getting less money than expected, Christopher Dougherty argues.
By Christopher M. Dougherty