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Without a supplemental spending bill by July 4th, Sec. Gates has said Defense will be unable to pay active-duty military and have to start furloughing civilian workers. We talk with Gen. Charles Wald of Deloitte about the bill and the concerns.
Defense contractors battle 'relentless' online assaults
Improving business functions like logistics and finance that support the real mission of the Defense Department get a push.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates is urging Congress to approve the Obama administration's $768.2 billion Pentagon budget request, saying America needs "a broad portfolio of military capabilities."
Egypt clinched a deal with the U.S government last week to buy 20 advanced Lockheed Martin Corp F-16C/D fighter aircraft valued at $1.6 billion, the U.S. Defense Department said Tuesday. Reuters is reporting the first of the new batch, known as block 50/52, are expected to be delivered in early 2012, a spokesman for the Defense Security Cooperation Agency said. The Pentagon told Congress in October that Egypt was seeking as many as 24 F-16C/D block 50/52 models. It said at the time the deal could be worth $3.2 billion, including base construction, support equipment and other hardware and services.
Rear Admiral Kurt Kunkel and Mark Iden, with the Defense Energy Support Center, discuss a new agreement to advance the development and deployment of commercially viable, environmentally friendly, alternative aviation fuels.
As part of a directive from General Stanley McChrystal, the top U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan, members of every Army platoon are now being trained in the languages and culture before landing in the country.
Computer jargon baffles users, hinders security; Defense relaxes ban on computer flash drives; Symantec 2010 State of Enterprise Security Study Shows Frequent, Effective Attacks on Worldwide Business
The pen can be a weapon --especially for members of the military who want to vote but find themselves far away from their hometown polls. The Department of Defense says it's making improvements to make it easier for service members and their families to register to vote when they move to a new base. The policy change means service members are to be offered voter registration materials and assistance whenever they are deployed or transferred between bases.
"The new budget now being trotted out for the Pentagon is a tired old document, bereft of the many significant changes needed to revive our decaying defenses. Worse, the Pentagon's masters and its peanut galleries in Congress, the press, and think tanks opine delusions that anything significant is changing."