United Launch Alliances (ULA) is rapidly attempting to be viewed by the DoD as not only a “dependable private company” but also willing to drop a dependable Russian manufactured rocket engine. In all facets of US business today, companies must be viewed as “politically correct.”
After senior U.S. Military leaders and U.S. secretaries (Gen Philip M. Breedlove, General (Marine) Joe Dunford, General Mark Milley, General Ray Odinerno, General Paul Selva, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Senator John McCain), visited Kiev this year or discussed Ukraine in Senate Hearings chaired by Senator John McCain, new military equipment is flowing into the Ukraine Military.
On September 8, 2015, Lockheed Martin filed an official protest against the U.S. Defense Department’s award of
The joint surveillance and target attack radar system (JSTARS) was “a joint development project of the US Air Force and Army which provides an airborne, stand-off range, surveillance and target acquisition radar and command and control center. JSTARS (was to provide) ground situation information through
According to NATO, Trident Juncture will be the most ambitious exercise in NATO’s history of multi-nation logistical support. The NATO support group was tasked to erect a modern "tent city” for the
According to the U.S. Air Force “the launch of the seventh Wideband Global SATCOM spacecraft will be launched aboard a Delta IV launch vehicle on July 22 from Space Launch Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
Oshkosh Corporation of Oshkosh Wisconsin, historically a minor player in the U. S. Defense Procurement Industry, gained the $6.75 billion contract to build 16,901 Humvees. “All told, the Army-led program will provide 49,100 vehicles for the Army and
U.S. Department of Defense has spent millions of budget dollars on the classified “Operation Jade Helm 15.” The speculation from civil liberty groups is that the Operation known as Jade Helm is designed to nullify the second amendment rights of gun-owners across the U.S.
As the President of the United States cuts defense cost by shrinking personnel in the U.S. military branches and advances a political correctness (PC) policy within the military ranks, funds saved on the U.S. basses are being reinvested in building military bases in the former Warsaw Pact Countries and in NATO. The U.S. Congress quietly passed the European Reassurance Initiative (ERI) and President Barak Hussein Obama signed the legislation.
According to the military press, “Pentagon and Air Force officials Friday warned lawmakers that a congressional push to limit the use of a Russian-made rocket engine, and the development of a U.S.-made alternative, is likely to extend beyond the 2019 deadline. It might eventually push the United Launch Alliance out of national security space missions altogether.”