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  • Air Force May Seek Funding Shift For New ICBM

    The U.S. Air Force may ask Congress to move around previously approved funds for the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) because the program is running ahead of schedule, according to service officials. GBSD “is on schedule. In fact, it’s actually a little ahead of schedule and we may be coming to you with a reprogramming […]
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  • HASC Passes FY 2019 Defense Authorization Bill After All-Day Debate

    The House Armed Services Committee (HASC) approved its fiscal year 2019 defense authorization bill by a 60-1 vote early May 10 after more than 14 hours of deliberations on various amendments. The committee voted, 33-28 to approve an amendment by Rep. Steve Knight (R-Calif.) to preserve the Department of Defense’s Test Resource Management Center (TRMC). […]
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  • Maintenance Issues Cloud JLTV Full-Rate Production Decision

    Both the Army and Marine Corps are forging ahead with production of 56,000 Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTV), although the trucks have failed to meet some maintenance-related performance thresholds, according to a Pentagon watchdog report. In a heavily redacted report published May 2, the Pentagon Inspector General found that the service’s testing regimens were adequate, […]
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  • HASC Readiness Mark Pushes Surface Force Changes

    The House Armed Services subcommittee on readiness addressed several issues raised by reviews of Navy destroyer collisions in the Pacific last summer in its mark of the FY ’19 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The mark would require the Secretary of the Navy to limit the forward deployment of Navy vessels to 10 years. However, […]
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  • Mattis: Future ‘Maritime’ Defense Strategy Calls For More Ships Sooner

    Defense Secretary James Mattis supports further increases to the Pentagon’s shipbuilding budget because the military is planning to adopt a maritime-based strategy to defend the United States homeland, he told the Senate Armed Services Committee on April 26. “I believe we’re moving toward a more maritime strategy in terms of our military strategy to defend […]
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