Afghanistan’s national security forces recently opened a center to train procurement staff, with support from the US Defense Acquisition University and other similar international institutes.
The Department of State published another amendment [PDF] to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) as part of ongoing implementation of export control reform. Will this open trade floodgates?
A large bond vote in Pima County, AZ, may benefit Raytheon’s presence in Tucson as the city’s largest private employer, reports Bloomberg.
DefenseNews has the latest from US Navy Rear Adm. Bill Moran on their long-term F/A-XX plans, which he doesn’t want you to call a 6th-gen fighter.
What these stories from the two sides of the pond may possibly have in common? Furloughs to curtail F-35 flight testing | UK RAF Tornado squadron grounded over staff shortages (in October last year).