Nuclear forces are just a drop in the national
defense budget bucket, and can be funded if prioritized, according to a new
analysis from the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessment.
The 342nd Training Squadron, Det. 3 was
inactivated during a July 1 ceremony at Hurlburt Field, Fla., and the tactical
air control party schoolhouse was moved to JBSA Lackland, Texas.
The Long-Range Strike Bomber will be vastly different
than even the last B-2 produced in 1993, serving as a highly capable
"long-range sensor shooter" aircraft in future combat operations, said
retired Lt. Gen. David Deptula, dean of AFA's Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies on Tuesday.
Air Combat Command boss Gen. Hawk Carlisle recently
officiated change of command cermonies for Ninth and 25th Air Forces.
a briefing with reporters Tuesday, retired Lt. Gen. David Deptula, dean of
AFA’s Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies, previewed his
soon-to-be-released study on why the bomber program is vital to maintaining
effective, versatile, and efficient US military power projection.
An A-10 Thunderbolt II assigned to the 354th
Expeditionary Fighter Squadron flies during a theater security package
deployment at Campia Turzii, Romania, April 1, 2015.
American planes could
strike against anyone who attacks US-trained Syrian rebels in northern Syria,
even if the enemy forces are loyal to the Assad regime, a policy change first reported
in the Wall Street Journal on Sunday.
NATO approved a defense capacity building package for Iraq, that
officials hope will utilize the Alliance’s strengths to build up the country.
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