- Marines should reorganize around the MEU, one argues.
- DoD’s next personnel chief could shake things up.
- AFSOC wants simpler weapons cheaper.
Lt. Gen. (ret.) David Deptula, the USAF’s first deputy chief of staff for ISR and newly the dean of the Air Force Association’s Mitchell Institute, headed a panel at AFA’s annual conference yesterday. Here are his remarks: As we’ve heard throughout the conference so far, our challenges are the growing complexity of our security environment; […]Continue reading
From the archive: September 12, 1964 Editor’s note: No one knew it at the time, but the Aluminaut — built for research — would in 1966 be used to recover a hydrogen bomb lost in the Mediterranean Sea. Navy Looks to Ocean Depths At the launching of the world’s deepest diving submarine in Groton, Conn., Secretary of […]Continue reading