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March 31, 2023

What's Next in US Hypersonic Efforts as Air Force Shelves ARRW
By Patrick Tucker

The service will focus on a potentially cheap scramjet as research continues in other services.

Why It's Hard to Double GMLRS Production
By Sam Skove

Ukraine could use more of the devastating artillery rockets, but Lockheed says tooling, labor, and supply-chain problems prevent big leaps in production.


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F-35s Need More Powerful Engines—But How Much More?
By Audrey Decker

The Pentagon says it doesn't know, and lawmakers have questions.

Treasury Sanctions Arms Dealer Who Attempted to Broker Deals Between North Korea and Russia
By Patrick Tucker

A new class of "merchants of death" may be emerging from the Russian war on Ukraine

Nine Soldiers Die On Night Helicopter Training Mission
By Sam Skove

No emergency message was received from the two crews before their aircraft crashed, a 101st Airborne leader said.

'If We Don't Sell Them Arms, Someone Else Will' Is a Myth
By Elias Yousif

Some of the assumptions that underpin this familiar refrain don't hold water.

Today's D Brief: Russia detains US journalist; Army's new artillery rounds; 9 soldiers perish in KY helo crash; Space Force's 'virtual training ground'; And a bit more.
By Ben Watson


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