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Defense – Spring 2013

In this issue:

In a Time of Budget Difficulties, an Opportunity for Reform

Reinvigorating Research and Development

Developing Tactical Excellence

National Ballistic Missile Defense

50 Years of SOUTHCOM

The Rise of Soldier Systems

The F/A-18 Celebrates 35 Years

Shallow Water, Special Craft



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The Need For Mulitiple Firearms

From USACarry:

One of the obvious reasons to own multiple guns is in case one of them breaks. If you’re using a quality gun, such as a Glock or Smith and Wesson M&P or Springfield XD, then the chances are slim. But they are mechanical devices and eventually something may go wrong.

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Big British defense cuts weaken Pentagon’s top military partner

As other European allies have dialed back military spending, Britain has been America’s most reliable and capable security partner. But the British defense cuts announced Tuesday will affect Britain’s ‘long-term ability to fight alongside the US.’

The British government’s announcement this week of a review that calls for the biggest cuts in British defense spending since the end of the cold war is raising questions about Britain’s ability to remain a global security player in coming years.”

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Why You Need a Main Battle Rifle.

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Defense Talk Website

Defence Talk is a self proclaimed global defense and military portal.

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New Bomber Back From The Dead

The Defense Department has decided to resurrect a program for designing a new long range bomber. Could this be in response to the fact that Russia just unveiled their new stealth fighter?

In a press conference yesterday, Gates said the newly unveiled Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) renewed emphasis on the military’s need to counter “disruptive, high-tech capabilities” developed by future adversaries.

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