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Adm. Davidson: China Assaults International Order

Posted by James Kitfield on


The most profound change resulting from China’s military modernization has been in its space capabilities. Back in 2000 China only had 10 satellites in orbit, and this year it will launch more satellites than any other nation on the planet.

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US-China Likely To Clash At Shangri La

Posted by Thayer Scott on


We could see the most direct U.S. challenge to China since 2005, when Defense Secretary Rumsfeld became the proverbial skunk at the globalist garden party in Singapore by bluntly chastising the Chinese for what was then only the very beginning of their military modernization program. 

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US Urges ‘Like-Minded’ Countries To Collaborate On Cyber Deterrence

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


“We have a saying in Asia…When the elephants fight, the ants get smashed.”

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Navy Kicks Off New LCS Deployments; Training Questions Remain

Posted by Paul McLeary on


WASHINGTON: After years of delays, budget fights, and searing debates over the role that the ship will play, three Littoral Combat Ships will head out on their first deployments this year. “We’re deploying LCS this year. It’s happening. Two ships are going on the West Coast, one ship is going on the East Coast,” said… Keep reading →

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SAIC’s Got No Regrets On Armored Vehicle Losses

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


SAIC not a traditional heavy-metal manufacturer and it shouldn’t be judged like one, CEO Tony Moraco and COO Nazzic Keene told me.

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Navy To Begin Arming Subs With Ship-Killer Missile

Posted by Paul McLeary on


It’s a major shift after decades in which submarines focused on projecting power ashore, with their only anti-ship weapons being their rarely-used torpedoes. Driving the change: increasing anxiety about China.

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Government ‘Bug Bounty’ Payouts To Freelance Hackers Up 125%: HackerOne

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


The Pentagon’s willingness to pay freelance hackers to report cyber vulnerabilities has opened the floodgates for similar programs from other agencies, report the organizers of the original Hack The Pentagon. San Francisco-based HackerOne now counts clients ranging from the US Air Force, Army, and Defense Travel System to the Singaporean Ministry of Defense and the… Keep reading →

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Hey Navy, LCS Is Too Big To Hide

Posted by Ben Ho Wan Beng on


The debate over the operational relevance of the controversial Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) continues. The Navy has again spoken up for the much-maligned platform, suggesting to Breaking Defense that the LCS could operate in the Pacific like the PT boats of World War II or cavalry units in a Napoleonic army. Rear Adm. Donald Gabrielson said… Keep reading →

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LCS In Pacific: Run Silent, Run Shallow

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


What good is a little ship in a big war on a big ocean? It can hide behind islands and in shallow waters, sniping at the enemy fleet — much like the PT boats of World War II or skirmishers in a Napoleonic army. That’s the US Navy’s newest argument for its much-criticized Littoral Combat… Keep reading →

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Heavy Competition For Light Tank: SAIC & Singapore Vs. BAE, GDLS

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


If the stars align for defense contractor SAIC, the US Army and Marine Corps will soon be buying hundreds of armored vehicles designed in Singapore. Yesterday, six months after joining forces for the first time on the Marines’ Amphibious Combat Vehicle competition – and just four days before the massive Association of the US Army… Keep reading →

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