Today’s D Brief: 500-Ship Navy?; USAF Chief, USMC Commandant, Interviewed; Russian Info Ops, Blocked; and a Bit More.
Forget that 355-ship Navy. How about a 500-ship Navy? Two groups commissioned by U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper “to design what a future Navy should look like [have] suggested [...]
Austin Tice is a freelance journalist who has been detained in Syria since August 2012. I was at the beach with my family when my brother Austin called. His schedule at Georgetown Law [...]
YUMA PROVING GROUND, Arizona — In the 105-degree heat of the southern Arizona desert, the Army has linked together experimental drones, super guns, ground robots and satellites in [...]
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With 40 days until the U.S. presidential election, everyone’s trying to read the tea leaves about what a Joe Biden administration would mean for defense. Here’s the latest from [...]
Gen. David Berger discussed his plans to remake the force for the future, keep extremism out of the ranks, what’s still needed to integrate women into the Corps, and coyotes — yes, [...]
Last week, voters and election administrators who emailed Leanne Jackson, the clerk of rural Hamilton County in central Texas, received bureaucratic-looking replies. “Re: official [...]
Today’s D Brief: Protests Spread Anew; Armed Civilians Gather to ‘Help Police’; Gen. Berger, Live; Election-Data Firm, Hacked; and a Bit More.
Kentucky’s governor sent 500 National Guard troops to Louisville on Wednesday after the state’s attorney general announced charges against one police officer related to the fatal shooting [...]