Next year, the state of Ohio will complete a study designed to help the Air Force figure out its plan for flying unmanned aerial systems inside U.S. airspace.
The Defense Security Cooperation Agency recently issued six notifications with a combined value of $1.71 billion for weapons and equipment, from F/A-18 fighter jet upgrades to anti-tank missiles for Saudi Arabia.
The president of MEADS International wrote a response to the editorial by Dean G. Popps, the former Army acquisition executive, on MEADS.
Hagel has vowed to cut five-year spending by 20 percent within the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff and the Military Service Headquarters.
The questionable project comes as U.S. inspectors found at least $6.7 billion in government funding for Afghanistan reconstruction “at risk of waste, fraud and abuse.”