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Air

Land

  1. Defense Minister: Russia To Deploy Reinforcements To Crimea Area

    Sailors of the Russian Black Sea Fleet march on July 25 as they prepare for Navy Day celebrations in the Crimean city of Sevastopol. Max Vetrov / Getty Images
    • September 16, 2014

    Russia is to reinforce its troop deployments in annexed Crimea and southern Russia because of the worsening crisis in Ukraine and the buildup of …

Sea

  1. 3 Major Decisions Loom for US Navy

    While the US Navy is anxious to develop an operational unmanned carrier jet to follow the X-47B demonstrator, it has yet to decide what the primary mission should be. US Navy
    • September 21, 2014

    Congress again is hung up on a budget, but lawmakers have left town to fight the midterm elections, leaving the Pentagon to wait and see what happens …

Business

  1. Thales Makes Big Mideast Push

    Thales Groups' interest in the Middle East is part of a strategy laid out by Thales Chief Executive Jean-Bernard Lévy. Miguel Medina/ / AFP via Getty Images
    • September 17, 2014

    French multinational defense giant Thales is investing in developing industrial capabilities in the Middle East, according to a senior company …

Commentary

  1. Editorial: Preparing for the Future

    • September 22, 2014 - 11:43 AM

    The hallmark of any great organization is its ability to prepare for the future in the face of current challenges.

Technology

  1. Pentagon Unveils Draft of New R&D Strategy; Waits for Industry, Hill To Weigh In

    The US Defense Department's new Better Buying Power 3.0 strategy is based on the 'growing concern that the United States' technological superiority over potential adversaries is being threatened today in a way that we have not seen for decades,' acquisition chief Frank Kendall said. (File photo) Tom Brown/Defense News
    • September 20, 2014

    The Pentagon's top weapons buyer formally released a draft of his proposed new guidance for acquisition reform this morning, calling for a renewed …

Logistics

  1. Turkey Hopes To Cut Costs With New Logistics Plan

    Better, Cheaper Services: Turkey's first indigenous basic trainer aircraft, the Hürkus, takes to the skies. Under a new logistics management plan, local prime contractors such as Turkish Aerospace Industries, which builds the Hürkus, would be asked to sign logistical management contracts with SSM on behalf of all system suppliers. Turkish Aerospace Industries
    • September 18, 2014

    Long in use in other parts of the world, performance-based logistics has caught the eye of Turkey in its quest for better and cheaper services.

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