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Department of Defense 🇺🇸 Mar 7
Watch Live: Gen. Joseph L. Votel and Gen. Thomas D. Waldhauser testify at a hearing on national security challenges today at 10 am EST.
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Department of Defense 🇺🇸 Mar 7
Watch Live: Gen. Stephen R. Lyons testifies at a hearing on state of the mobility enterprise today at 2 pm EST.
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U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Mar 27
“Our nation’s vision for a free and open demonstrates our continued to a safe, secure, & prosperous region that benefits all nations, large and small,” said Adm. Davidson at the House Armed Services Committee hearing today.
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U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Mar 27
“We must field & sustain a joint force that is postured to win before fighting and, if necessary, ready to fight and win,” said Adm. Davidson during House Armed Services Committee hearing on US activities in the .
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U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Mar 28
Commander of U.S. Command, Adm. Davidson, speaks about the importance of a free-and-open Indo-Pacific during a hearing at the House Armed Forces Committee yesterday.
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U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Mar 27
Full opening remarks of Adm. Phil Davidson, commander of US Indo-Pacific Command, to the House Armed Services Committee () hearing on US activities in the | Watch live:
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Department of Defense 🇺🇸 Mar 13
Live: Gen. Curtis M. Scaparrotti testifies at the hearing on national security challenges.
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No First Use Mar 6
Responding to a question from , Bruce Blair says Congress should prioritize adopting a policy.
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Reagan Institute Oct 29
Future of Defense Task Force hearing, where , co-chair of the Reagan Institute Task Force on the National Security Innovation Base, will be discussing the upcoming report. Watch here:
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US AFRICOM Mar 7
Gen. Waldhauser on the use of the military tool.
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Department of Defense 🇺🇸 Mar 26
Live: Patrick M. Shanahan and Chairman Gen. Joe Dunford testify at a hearing.
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Matt Korda Mar 6
Literally what is the point in having witnesses at a hearing if no congressmen (emphasis on men) will let them finish their sentences?
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Cabal of Corruption Oct 31
Zero respect is right, but they rule with a rod of iron with their PSB junta. The force is a national disgrace & now within the cross hairs of for . Q. What will Stu Berry do if called to give evidence? A. He’ll run, hide & go “No comment.”
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U.S. Forces Korea Mar 27
“Very capable, very highly trained, committed, dedicated, professional force, they have not taken their foot off the gas.” GEN Robert B. “Abe” Abrams talks about our ROK allies during his Testimony.
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Elizabeth McLaughlin Jan 29
Acting Shanahan said to expect "several thousand" additional active duty US troops to southern border to support latest DHS request for assistance largely related to concertina wire. Top DOD officials currently testifying in front of on the border support mission...
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U.S. Navy Apr 10
LIVE SOON: , @CNORichardson and testify before about Department of the Navy's Fiscal Year 2020 budget request. 📺: ℹ️:
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No First Use Mar 6
. says that the purpose of US nuclear weapons should be to stop a nuclear war, not start one.
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U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Mar 27
Adm. Davidson speaks about the importance of our collectively shared values, principles, and vision for a free and open region during the House Armed Services Committee hearing today.
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Steffan Watkins Nov 1
I forgot that Tim Morrison, Bolton's guy who had Trump sign the intent to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty, was a staffer, and I suspect was quoted as an "anonymous source" for lots of Tom Cotton's anti-treaty leaks to the press, giving the illusion of impartiality. 🧐
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Matt Korda Mar 6
Frank Miller cites a CBO report saying that nuclear modernization only costs 6% of the defence budget. That sure doesn’t sound like a lot, except in reality that means that the US will spend *$100,000 PER MINUTE* on its nuclear forces for the next 10 years.
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