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Boeing welcomes USAF interest in light-attack version of T-7 trainer

Company’s fighter lead says Air Force officials have discussed the concept multiple times.

US approving arms for Israel ‘case-by-case,’ State official says

Stan Brown says Ukraine, Israel aren’t generally competing for similar weapons aid.

Effort to build common Mideast air picture gets a ‘B-minus’ from USAF official

“Slow but steady progress” cited by deputy commander of Air Forces Central Command.

Defense One Radio, Ep. 137: AUSA extras

We’ve got a few extra interviews from the sidelines of this year’s Association of the U.S. Army’s conference, in Washington.

Defense One Radio, Ep. 136: AUSA highlights

Defense One staff explain some of the major themes from this year's annual Association of the U.S. Army conference in Washington.

Army eyes munitions stockpiles amid focus on longer wars

The Army is using robots to help ratchet up shell production, but precision missiles are a harder problem.

The Army doesn’t know where a lot of its excess arms and gear are

As allies' needs soar, officials are racing to get a clearer picture of what's available.

Ukraine wants West's help in training NCOs and officers

U.S. and allies have already trained some 300 Ukrainian company commanders.

AUSA Conference Wire: 'Drones everywhere'

On Day 2, Army buyers roamed the floor looking for software to help build their tactical networks.

AUSA Conference Wire: 'Magazine depth'

Talk of Hamas' attack on Israel dominated many opening-day conversations.

How the war in Ukraine is reshaping US Army modernization

The rapid evolution of electronic warfare and drone tactics have the service tweaking its acquisition plans.

AUSA Conference Wire: 'A critical juncture'

On the eve of the annual AUSA conference, a look at some big themes to expect.

Air Force general defends incendiary memo but says ‘war is not inevitable’

Minihan says a mindset of urgency helped produce three “game-changing” concepts in a recent exercise.