Threats

White House Sending Key Air Defense System Ammunition To Ukraine

Between 70,000 and 80,000 Russian troops have been hurt or killed in Ukraine, in ‘most intense’ conventional combat since WWII, DOD says.

As China, Taiwan Tensions Flare, US Faces Shrinking Window to Deter Conflict

Experts say China has multiple options for military or coercive action in the coming years. Neither the US or Taiwan can prepare for all of them.

CNO: Pacific Forces Can Learn from NATO’s Work with Ukraine

Leaders leave RIMPAC thinking about ways to increase info-sharing, international cooperation.

If War Comes to Space, Who Will Control US Spy Satellites?

U.S. intelligence and military are speeding new sensors to space. They are still working on details of who’s ultimately in charge during a conflict.

Al Qaeda Leader Killed In US Drone Strike, Biden Says

The strike “made good” on Biden’s promise to target terrorists after withdrawing from Afghanistan, an official said.

Coast Guard Wants Better Internet on Its Ships, and More Recruits

Commandant Fagan ties increased connectivity to operational needs and improving Coasties’ quality of life.