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GovExec TV: Five Questions with Oshkosh Defense

Pat Williams, Chief Programs Officer at Oshkosh Defense, discusses how the U.S. Marine Corps operates with ROGUE-Fires.

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Blue Origin cleared to bid on national-security launches

But Bezos-owned rocket firm is the only newcomer in a $5.6B contract pool that had been intended to foster competition.

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US Army, Navy reduce dependence on China for ‘critical technology’

But the Air Force and other Pentagon agencies are using even more Chinese suppliers, a report finds.

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How Okta can help meet the DoD Zero Trust Capability Execution Roadmap

Discover a breakdown of how adopting Okta, the leading independent Identity provider, can help your organization meet specific DoD Zero Trust capabilities.

Threats

Defense One Radio, Ep. 156: The future of Taiwan’s security with Dmitri Alperovitch

What might an invasion of Taiwan look like, and how can allies help the island nation better defend itself?

Policy

Lawmakers slam Coast Guard's handling of misconduct allegations

The criticism followed a year-old CNN investigation and a scathing resignation letter by the Coast Guard Academy's sex-assault response coordinator.

Voices

Policy

Europe’s still spending too little on defense to suit Estonia

Even Tallinn itself is not doing enough, according to a senior defense official who quit in protest.

Threats

Defense One Radio, Ep. 155: The future of Taiwan's security with Mick Ryan

The author of “White Sun War: The Campaign for Taiwan" discusses shoring up defenses against a blockade or invasion.

Threats

China’s overseas bases aren’t a big threat, yet: RAND

But Beijing is looking to add to its footprint, from Asia to Africa to the Mideast.

Ideas

Europeanize NATO to save it

If the alliance is to reach its century mark, the transatlantic partners must shift much of the responsibility of continental security to Europeans themselves.

Business

Rheinmetall opens repair center for armored vehicles in Ukraine

It appears to be one of the first foreign-owned repair centers inside the war-torn country.

Defense Systems

How Estonia is becoming a hotbed for drone warfare

Projects include experimental loitering munitions that cost a fraction of U.S. equivalents.

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Pentagon pauses development of its go-to data analytics tool

New data chief orders infrastructure improvements to Advana platform, which tracks Ukraine aid and many other things.

Threats

Sophisticated Army training goes mobile to knit a farflung Pacific coalition

The service took its Hawaii-based center to the Philippines, part of a regional campaign of joint and combined training.