The US' nuclear laboratories and production
plants are looking ahead to the "most intense activity" level in
years, making consistent funding and careful planning essential, said National
Nuclear Security Agency Director Frank Klotz.
Tensions with Russia have damaged joint
US-Russian nuclear security and nonproliferation efforts and the Kremlin is
reconsidering its future cooperation, said National Nuclear Security
Administration chief retired Lt. Gen. Frank Klotz.
An Orbital Science Antares rocket, carrying
supplies to the International Space Station, exploded six seconds after
departing Wallops Island, Va., Tuesday night.
The Air Force successfully launched the eighth
GPS IIF satellite Wednesday.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel signed a new
policy Wednesday that requires US service members returning from Ebola-affected
areas in West Africa to undergo 21-days of controlled, supervised monitoring.
Two RQ-4 Global Hawks deployed to Misawa AB,
Japan, have returned to Andersen AFB, Guam, after nearly six months of flying
operations from the dual-use Japanese airfield.
recent closeout of the Fiscal 2014 budget found additional money for the Air
Force’s facilities upgrades.
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