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Eyeing China, U.S. and India committed to deeper defense ties in space and cyberspace as well as an expansion of their joint military exercises, officials from both countries announced Monday.
By Joe Gould
Military experts in the U.S. are urging Western nations to bolster Ukraine’s air defenses, fearing that Russia will swiftly take over its former territory’s airspace.
Andrew Hunter is known in Washington as a low-key professional and true expert on defense acquisition.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies outlines the various threats posed to space systems and the strategies the Space Force can adopt to counter them.
By Nathan Strout
Unmanned aircraft could provide low-cost boost for Air Force’s future aircraft inventory, new study says
As the Air Force builds up toward a 386-squadron goal, it should take a second look at how much of its inventory should be unmanned, says a report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
By Valerie Insinna