The most “complex” aspect of the implementation plan is “building a force to operate in the future that still has to operate in the present,” officials said.
Ukraine can reach the “vast majority” of targets with what they already have, a Pentagon official says.
An NDAA amendment that would give troops the time and money to cross state lines for an abortion has 23 Democratic co-sponsors.
The department announced its plans to continue offering abortions shortly after Roe v Wade was overturned in June.
Using personal planes, off duty, and out of uniform, the pilots say it’s their ”patriotic duty” to help Americans.
The chief weapons buyers of more than 40 nations will talk about which defense production lines must be prioritized to meet Ukraine’s defense needs.
The song honors the “invisible front line” of warfighters keeping watch “beyond the blue.”
Frank Kendall said he’s reversing planned cuts to special duty pay.
Will ATACMS become the latest weapon that Washington has initially withheld, but ultimately given?
GMLRS, HIMARS, and artillery rounds top the list.
“Whether you’re developing a workforce to build it or those to operate it, the sooner we begin that training pipeline, the better off we will be,” Rep. Donald Norcross said.
Administration will require investments to be weighed on whether they will put U.S. national security at risk.
RAND says it’s “not unreasonable” that the lack of abortion access will make women more likely to leave service.
One trade association says Pentagon would lose $110 billion in buying power.
The 1914 monument “is problematic from top to bottom,” the Naming Commission’s vice chair said.
“This new package will prolong a fight that lacks an American dog, allowing regional allies to shirk their security responsibilities yet again,” one former Trump official said.
As well, the Defense Contact Group met in Germany to discuss how to support Ukraine over the “long haul,” the Defense Secretary said.
Meanwhile, service officials are working with Pentagon leaders on 18-month plans to supply Ukraine.
Leaders from NATO, the U.S., and others will gather to discuss ideas on Thursday.