CSIS’ Clark Murdock argues that only such weapons can deter rogue states from seeking nukes of their own
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Managers often mistake complexity for sophistication, and the result is bad for everyone, a former military acquisition executive argues.
The best bet to get the best bang for your tech bucks is by piloting smaller projects, DOD strategists say.
The men and women fighting America’s drone war can’t go home, no matter where they are.
Under the current system, personnel who serve 20-plus years get a pension. But what about everyone else?
The Senate Armed Services Committee chairman sees a drone-heavy future, but only if the military-industrial complex can be nimble enough to achieve it.
The Pentagon authorization measure always has to sail through controversy before passage. But this year's fight over budgeting is especially tough.
Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter and Joint Chiefs chair Martin Dempsey testified before the House Armed Services Committee on Wednesday.
The defense authorization and appropriations bills use the same gimmick, so why are Democrats standing firm on one but not the other?
“I think it’s time for them to resign, and if they don’t, I think the president should fire them,” Rep. Jason Chaffetz said of leadership at the Office of Personnel Management.