Category: Military

WASHINGTON ― Even an ongoing pandemic can’t stop the U.S. Army’s largest annual conference. The Association of the United States Army held its annual summit virtually this year from Oct. 13-16. Pentagon officials, service leaders and defense industry representatives gathered online to discuss the state of the Army. This included updates for industry, changes for

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Space Force officially has its first field command, after the service redesignated Air Force Space Command at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado as the new headquarters of Space Operations Command during an Oct. 21 ceremony. “The establishment of Space Operations Command adds powerful depth to our collective space combat capability,”

News & commentary by Dave Maxwell. Edited and published by Daniel Riggs 1. N. Korean leader vows to further develop ties with China 2. Esper says U.S. continues to face threats from N. Korea, other rogue states 3. Abuse of Women Detained in North Korea Given Special Attention by United Nations 4. US continues pressure on Korea to stand

India announced on Monday that the Australian Navy would join the November 2020 Malabar exercise — an annual, high-end joint exercise conducted predominantly at sea that has included only American, Indian and Japanese forces in recent years. This decision, which demonstrates growing multilateral concern regarding China’s increasingly aggressive behavior, offers an opportunity for the “Quad”

BAE Systems is teaming up with Elbit Systems of America to develop combat vehicle technology, according to an Oct. 21 BAE statement. “The arrangement is focused on validating and integrating new technologies on combat vehicle systems to deliver advanced warfighting capabilities,” the statement reads. On the eve of the start of the Army’s second attempt

https://www.marines.mil/News/Messages/Messages-Display/Article/2386702/revision-of-the-commandants-professional-reading-program 1. To ensure the Commandant’s Professional Reading Program (CPRP) remains relevant, current, and promotes professional discussions amongst all Marines. The Commandant’s Professional Reading List (CPRL) has removed the rank distinction and consolidated the list of publications into five categories. 2. The CPRL is arranged into five categories: Commandant’s Choice, Profession of Arms, Innovation, Leadership,