• ‘Pivot to Resilience’ Changes Focus of Installation Energy Investments

    ‘Pivot to Resilience’ Changes Focus of Installation Energy Investments

    Washington, D.C. — Energy efficiency and conservation projects have taken a back seat to investments aimed at enhancing energy resilience across DOD. “I would suggest we’re in a pivot to resilience,” Jack Surash, acting deputy assistant secretary of the Army for energy and sustainability, told the DOD Energy & Water Forum last week. The Army

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  • U.S. Superiority ‘No Longer Assured,’ Panel Warns

    U.S. Superiority ‘No Longer Assured,’ Panel Warns

    The United States is not guaranteed to prevail in its next conflict, given the gains achieved by the nation’s adversaries in upgrading their military capabilities while the U.S. military was held back as it contended with stringent spending constraints, according to a report released Wednesday by the National Defense Strategy Commission. “If the United States

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  • Inhofe to Oppose Possible Cut in Defense Spending

    Inhofe to Oppose Possible Cut in Defense Spending

    Senate Armed Services Chairman Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) on Wednesday said he would oppose a budget request that trims defense spending by 2.2 percent to $700 billion in fiscal 2020, a figure top administration officials have said President Trump is planning to propose. Inhofe said $733 billion, the spending level for national security originally proposed by

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