• Fiscal 2020 NDAA Remains Stalled Due to Unexpected Northern Syria Activity, Inhofe Says

    Fiscal 2020 NDAA Remains Stalled Due to Unexpected Northern Syria Activity, Inhofe Says0

    Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman James Inhofe (R-Okla.) said Tuesday that negotiations on the fiscal 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) have stalled due to the unfolding northern Syria situation, Defense News reported. Inhofe, in a brief hallway interview, said negotiations to reconcile the Senate and House bills “kind of are stalling. Syria has messed

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  • Pentagon Prepares Case for Space Force Despite Political Controversies

    Pentagon Prepares Case for Space Force Despite Political Controversies0

    Senior Pentagon officials were scheduled to meet with the White House Tuesday to discuss preparations for a Space Force as soon as Congress authorizes a new military branch, SpaceNews reported Monday. A White House source told SpaceNews the meeting will be a “routine DOD update” related to the anticipated establishment of a new military service,

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  • Perspectives: Does the U.S. Need a Space Force?

    Perspectives: Does the U.S. Need a Space Force?0

    Along with other defense uncertainties in the intensifying Washington impasse, one looming question is the administration’s desire to build a Space Force as a sixth military branch alongside the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard, according to a Defense One column published last week. How quickly a Space Force develops will partly depend

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