Pentagon

Pentagon Inspector Reveals New Gop Congressman Would Drink, Take Ambien And Make Sexual Advances On...

While working at the Pentagon, Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson would drink while working, take Ambien and make sexual advances to staffers, the inspector general reported Tuesday, according to CNN. Jackson, who has since been elected as a Republican...
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Is Biden Reenlisting In The Forever Wars?

Is Biden Reenlisting In The Forever Wars? Authored by Pat Buchanan via Buchanan.org, Thursday, in its first military action, the Biden Pentagon sent two U.S. F-15Es to strike targets of Kataib Hezbollah, an Iranian-backed Iraqi militia...
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The Pentagon, First, Last, And Always

Mandy SmithbergerFocusing on the wrong threats, including a new cold war with China, is the last thing we can afford now.
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Nato Is Now Using The F-35 To Make Old Fighters Even Deadlier

Kris Osborn F-35, Europe Italy, Norway, Poland, The Netherlands, the U.S., and the U.K. are all increasing joint 4th-Gen aircraft-F-35 interoperability exercises with one another, as the Pentagon looks to strengthen NATO ties and increase its...
Related topics: Nato, Italy, Norway, Poland, Netherlands, Russia

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China Task Force: How The U.s. Military Is Planning To Take On China

Kris Osborn China Military, Asia The Pentagon’s newly established China Task Force is now formally underway, a move that introduces the prospect of strategic and operational military adjustments in the Pacific intended to ensure stability and...
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As China Rises, The Us Builds Toward A Bigger Role In Ai

After decades of staying out of industrial policy, a Pentagon-appointed commission recommends more spending on research and support for US chip makers.
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Us Sending Patrol Boats, Equipment To Ukraine

The Pentagon appears to be making good on Washington's pledge to help Ukraine stand up to what the United States has described as "Russian aggression." The Defense Department announced Monday a $125 million aid package for Kyiv as part of its...
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Pentagon Claims One 'iranian-backed' Militia Member Killed, Two Injured In Syria Strike

The US Air Force carried out airstrikes on the territory of Syria without Damascus' consent on 25 February with the aim to destroy a facility belonging to Iraq's "Iran-backed" militia, which purportedly was responsible for earlier attacks on the US...
Related topics: Syria, Iraq, Iran

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After Four Years Of Misogyny, We Must Stand Up For Women

I read a disturbing story in The New York Times on Feb. 18. It began like this: Last fall, the Pentagon’s most senior leaders agreed that two top generals should be promoted to elite, four-star commands. For the defense secretary at the time, Mark...

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Network Everything: Meet The Military’s New Future Way Of War

Kris Osborn Security, Americas The Pentagon wants planes, ships, and ground units to share real-time threat data to better defend against incoming attacks. What if a salvo of incoming enemy missiles were quickly closing in on a number of...
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Drone Ships Could Help The Navy’s Overcome Its Growing Pains

Kris Osborn Security, Will Biden’s Pentagon embrace this 500-ship approach? Here's What You Need to Remember: Esper did say the 500 warships will include manned and unmanned systems, so it may be that both the Trump and Biden...
Related topics: Drones, Joe Biden

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Why Rare Earths Matter For American Security

Maiya Clark, Ryan Williams Economics, Americas They may not actually be super rare, but access to these materials does impact American technology and the U.S. military. For one-third of the price of one F-35 Lightning II, the Pentagon made a key...
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Space Troopers: The Pentagon Wanted Marines To Ride Ballistic Missiles Into Battle

Steve Weintz Security, It was all about ending what the U.S. military calls the “tyranny of distance.” Here's What You Need to Remember: Moscow or Beijing would have minutes to decide whether it was a troop transport — or the beginning...
Related topics: Military, Russia, Moscow, China, Beijing

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How The Pentagon Got Inside Isis’ Chemical Weapons Operation—and Ended It

The Kurdish fighters dug in along Highway 47 in Kesik Kupri, Iraq, on January 23, 2015, could hear the truck from far off and knew the attack was coming. The defenders crouched behind their vehicles or squatted along a low ridge, rifles trained on...
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Us Syria Strikes: A 'very Mixed' Message To Iran & Return To Regime Change Op Against Damascus

On 25 February, the US conducted airstrikes against alleged "Iranian-backed militia" targets in eastern Syria in what is claimed to be retaliation for rocket attacks on American facilities in Iraq over the past two weeks, according to the Pentagon.
Related topics: Syria, Iran, Iraq

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In 1966, The Pentagon Studied Whether Nuking Vietnam Would Win The War

Steve Weintz Security, The Pentagon's "wise men" concluded that any way you looked at it, nukes in 'Nam were a very bad idea. Here's What You Need To Remember: Nuclear weapons still engender deep contradictions. The most powerful weapons ever...
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Covid Outbreak hits Two Navy Warships Deployed In Middle East

COVID Outbreak Hits Two Navy Warships Deployed In Middle East In what seems a repeat of the USS Theodore Roosevelt coronavirus outbreak saga of last Spring which led to the sacking of its commander who blew the whistle on Pentagon...

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Pentagon Leaders Can’t Decide To Replace Falling-apart E-3 Early Warning Plane

“Eyes in the sky” airborne radar systems are expected to be some of the first targets in a shooting war between major powers, and the preeminence of American systems has led Russia and China to develop long-range anti-radiation missiles dubbed...
Related topics: Russia, China

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Conservatives And Progressives Hammer Past Tweets From Biden, Harris, And Psaki Attacking Trump For...

President Joe Biden ordered a U.S. military airstrike in Syria that targeted multiple facilities that the Pentagon claims are used by an Iranian-backed militia. The bombings reportedly killed 22 fighters and were allegedly a response to rocket...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Syria, Military

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The Missile Defense Agency Is Working Hard Shooting To Shoot Down Icbms

Kris Osborn Security, Americas The Pentagon and MDA are now working on a new interceptor expected to be ready by 2028. Here's What You Need to Remember: The military is working to modernize and sustain its current arsenal of GBIs with software...
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