Monthly Archives: May 2014

Monday Defense Briefing

The House Armed Services Committee (HASC) is rejecting personnel-reform plans proposed by the Pentagon, which already has directed expected savings to other things. And that means lawmakers could end up raiding procurement accounts to keep military personnel programs whole, to … Continue reading

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Friday Defense Briefing

A retired Air Force general said Thursday the military should have reacted more aggressively to the September 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya, bolstering Republicans’ efforts to portray the administration’s response to the assault as feckless. – Washington Post U.S. soldiers … Continue reading

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Thursday Defense Briefing

The Pentagon is looking at additional support measures for its Eastern European NATO allies increasingly worried over Russia’s military actions in Ukraine, a spokesman said Tuesday. – AFP New legislation introduced by Armed Services Seapower and Projection Forces Subcommittee would … Continue reading

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