National Defense Week, June 19, 2016

Admiral Walter Doran (USN ret.), former Commander in Chief of the US Pacific Fleet, on the Third Fleet joining the Seventh Fleet in the Pacific, and what it means strategically; Jacqueline Klimas, defense reporter for the Washington Examiner, on the Senate’s vote on the National Defense Authorization Act, and the work ahead to reconcile House and Senate versions; Loren DeJonge Schulman of the Center for a New American Security explains why the Quadrennial Defense Review might be on the endangered list in the new NDAA – and why that might not be a bad idea; Jim Hasik, Nonresident Senior Fellow for Defense at the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security at the Atlantic Council, explains why the Joint Strike Fighter could wind up being a low-cost option for militaries around the world; and Patrick Tucker, technology editor at Defense One, details the lost-and-found after the Air Force Office of Inspector General loses over 100,000 files – all its work from 2004 – and then finds them again a few days later.

National Defense Week 6/19/16

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