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Emerging Technologies In Missile Defense

America, once the leader in missile defense, has been lagging in recent years. As the military seeks to replace the 30-year old Patriot system, it keeps encountering budgetary and political roadblocks which prevent the adoption of a new alternative. President

The Future of Unmanned Flight

The infrastructure of the Air Force is aging. The average age of an airplane is 25 years, and even older for Strategic Bombers, with an average age of 34 years, and Tanker Aircraft, at 47 years. Unfortunately, many in Washington

Reversing the Downward Trend of National Security Journalism

National Security reporting saw a long lull during the Clinton ‘peace dividend’ and relatively stable period of international affairs during the 1990s. Since the demand for foreign reporters dropped, so did the availability of education for these journalists. After the

Reversing the Downward Trend of National Security Journalism

National Security reporting saw a long lull during the Clinton ‘peace dividend’ and relatively stable period of international affairs during the 1990s. Since the demand for foreign reporters dropped, so did the availability of education for these journalists. After the

New Bill Would Label Prominent Drug Lords 'Terrorists'

From the looks of things, the Obama administration is not serious about prosecuting drugs, or terrorism. Last week, a colleague of mine reported that Rep. Diaz Balart (R-FL) claimed that the DOJ denied Colombia’s offer to extradite drug kingpin and