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December 2, 2022

US Trying to Persuade More Allies to Send NASAMS Missiles to Ukraine, Raytheon CEO Says
By Marcus Weisgerber

If U.S. officials can broker a deal, Kyiv won't have to wait for factory-produced interceptors.

Recruiting Crisis? Not at Space Force
By Lauren C. Williams

The youngest and smallest service says it pays to be both choosy and inclusive.

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Just Half of Americans Trust the Military, Survey Finds
By Marcus Weisgerber

Most want to continue helping Ukraine—and most don't think there's a clear China strategy, according to the Reagan Institute poll.

Is the Army Misplacing the Blame for Its Recruiting Crisis?
By Elizabeth Howe

At least two of its oft-cited reasons are "red herrings," experts say.

The Future-Seeking, Team-Building 5th Fleet Is Busier Than Ever
By Vice Adm. Brad Cooper and Bilal Y. Saab

The commander of the U.S. Navy's Persian Gulf forces explains how they epitomize the Pentagon's new strategic approach to the Middle East.

The Naval Brief: Vaccine mandate repeal?; Taiwan's new normal; Red Hill health concerns; and more…
By Caitlin M. Kenney



Today's D Brief: Majority of Americans 'stand with Ukraine' in new survey; 6 letter bombs in Spain; ISIS leader killed; US gun violence near 3-decade high; And a bit more.
By Ben Watson, Marcus Weisgerber and Jennifer Hlad




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