Logistics, tankers, ammunition: the Pentagon "concrete" the fundamentals

After years of budgetary wandering and reckless spending, the Pentagon's budget is today the object of all the attentions, as well by the staffs as the executive and the Congress, ...

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US withdrawal from Open Skies threatens nuclear weapons control and Baltic security

Last week, the New York Times reported that the Trump administration wanted to withdraw the US from the Open Skies Treaty. While this international agreement now plays a minor role in ...

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The US Air Force will decide this month if it will outsource part of its aerial refueling missions.

With more than 500 tanker planes in line, the US Air Force alone has more than 70% of the world air fleet specializing in this field. But a big ...

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What really happened to the F-35s deployed in Finland?

In a previous article, we came back to the words of the Finnish HX program manager, Lauri Puranen, who commented on the problems encountered by the F-35 in the context of ...

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The US Air Force studies the sub-contracting of Air Refueling

As Valerie Insinna of DefenseNews and Brian W. Everstine of AirForceMagazine reported, the US Air Force command dedicated to transport and refueling operations (Air Mobility Command) would have recently met ...

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France, the United Kingdom and the United States hit Syrian chemical infrastructure

All the national and international media relate the strikes by the coalition formed by the United States, France and the United Kingdom against the chemical infrastructures of the Syrian regime identified. So, a hundred ...

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