National Defense Week, September 4, 2016

Sergeant Major of the US Army Dan Dailey on building basic soldiering skills in the force; Gen. Chuck Wald (USAF ret.), former Deputy Commander of United States European Command, outlines the five fault lines in Deloitte’s Global Defense Outlook 2016; Mark Cancian of the Center for Strategic and International Studies on three big changes that could be coming to the department: restructuring National Security Mission Teams, cutting civilian senior executives, and cutting general and flag officers;  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; and Michele Mackin, Director of Acquisition and Sourcing Management at the Government Accountability Office, outlines the problems she reported to Congress about the LCS frigate.

National Defense Week, September 4, 2016

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