Pentagon

Senators Seek Answers On Coronavirus Protections At Guantánamo Bay

In a letter, they asked the Pentagon how the military is safeguarding troops and prisoners from an outbreak of Covid-19 given the base’s limited health care facilities.
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Us Military To Begin Building Prototype 5g Cell Phone Network In July - Pentagon

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US Air Force Warfare Center in the state of Nevada plans to start construction of a prototype 5G mobile phone network beginning in July, with plans to have the system up and running by January 2021, the Defense Department...
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‘big Lesson Learned’: Pentagon Reconsidering Military Response To Second Covid-19 Wave

As the US braces for a possible second wave of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper says military aid to address the disease may look different the second time around, because resources were underutilized during the...
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This One Threat Could Kill America's F-35, B-21, And Aircraft Carrier Programs

Michael Peck Security, Budget cuts. Here's What You Need To Remember: Politically and institutionally, it is hard to imagine the Pentagon halting flagship projects like the F-35. Nonetheless, with the federal deficit growing, the military is...
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Pentagon Reportedly Signs Off On Additional $125 Million In Lethal Military Aid To Ukraine

The US has already provided the country some $1.5 billion in ‘security assistance’ over the past five years, including everything from patrol vehicles and fast boats to radar systems, Javelin anti-tank missiles, and training support.
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'not A Global Police Force': Pentagon To Brief Trump On Afghan Exit Before Election Timetable

'Not A Global Police Force': Pentagon To Brief Trump On Afghan Exit Before Election Timetable Tyler Durden Wed, 05/27/2020 - 23:45 Multiple reports now indicate President Trump wants to pull all American troops out of...
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Why Shares Of Lockheed Martin Are Soaring Today

Shares of Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) traded up more than 5% on Wednesday after the defense titan's CEO expressed confidence that pandemic-related disruptions to production lines would be short-lived, and that the Pentagon budget will remain robust...
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Longtime Pentagon Watchdog Stepping Down From Post

President Trump had ousted the official last month from a new role overseeing the administration’s spending of pandemic relief money.

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How Covid-19 Is Creating A Social-distancing Version Of War

Covid-19 meets the US military and the Pentagon yields.
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Pentagon Weeks Away From Normal Operating; Military Bases Set To Allow Transfers

The Pentagon is still several weeks away from returning most of the more than 20,000 people who work there back to their offices, defense officials said Tuesday, as the military prepares for some bases to start accepting transfers immediately.Last...
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How An F-35 Factory In Texas Is Dealing With The Coronavirus

Kris Osborn Security, Americas They aren't going to let the virus stall production that much. While most major Pentagon production and weapons development programs have experienced some kind of coronavirus impact, many programs have by and large...
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Pentagon Releases Photos Of Russian Jets In Libya, Slams 'syria-style' Interference

Pentagon Releases Photos Of Russian Jets In Libya, Slams 'Syria-Style' Interference Tyler Durden Tue, 05/26/2020 - 14:00 Turkey's growing official military role in Libya supporting the Tripoli Government of National Accord...
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Pentagon, Lockheed Martin Tone Down F-35 Stealth Coating's 'bubbling And Blistering' Issue

Previously, the US Department of Defence classified the issue as a Category 1 deficiency, the most serious, potentially preventing the jet's usage. Now, the Pentagon considers the matter "closed", although no solution to it was ever provided, citing...
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Principal Pentagon Deputy Inspector General Glenn Fine Files His Resignation

In April, Fine was dismissed from his post as inspector general tasked with the implementation of coronavirus economic relief.

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Pentagon Accuses Moscow Of Sending Fighter Jets To Back Libyan Warlord

The U.S. Africa Command said the warplanes will support Russian mercenaries backing Khalifa Hifter, who has suffered a series of military setbacks.
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The Inside Story Of 2 Supersonic Flights That Changed How America Operates The F-35

To reduce the risk of damage, the Pentagon imposed time limits on how long F-35B and F-35C pilots can spend at supersonic speeds in full afterburner.

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Pentagon Charts Its Own Course On The Coronavirus

“The Pentagon is actively planning on living with the coronavirus well into 2021, putting it at risk of angering President Trump as he expresses confidence that the disease is on the wane,” The Hill reports. “Defense...

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The Netflix Show The Pentagon Can’t Stop Talking About

The United States Space Force can’t catch a break. The newest branch of the American military, first championed by President Donald Trump two years ago, tried to generate some serious headlines this month with its first recruiting commercial, an...
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Pentagon Bins Us Rare Earth Projects Funding In Setback For Plans To Cut Reliance On China - Report

In mid-May, Republican Senator Ted Cruz proposed a bill aimed at reducing US reliance on Chinese rare earth metals. China remains the world's largest producer of these strategic minerals needed to produce consumer electronics and a spate of weapons.
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Exclusive: Pentagon Halts Rare Earths Funding Program, Pending 'further Research'

(....) The Pentagon decision is a step backward for President Donald Trump’s plan to redevelop the U.S. rare earths supply chain and reduce reliance on China, the world’s largest producer of the strategic minerals used to build a range of...
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