NATO to invest in C2 for strategic pivot: China rises as Alliance threatens – Breaking Defense Breaking Defense

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg WASHINGTON: NATO will increase its collective funding pool for Alliance-wide command and control, said Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Yesterday’s deal comes at a time when the United States is pressuring its allies to support its emerging strategy of network-centric all-round operations in a global war …

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UK to sell E-3D to US Navy as ‘Doomsday’ trainer

June 14, 2021 through Gareth Jennings UK to sell one of its soon-to-retire Boeing E-3D Sentry Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AEW & C) to the US Navy (USN) as a substitute trainer for the Boeing E-6B Mercury long endurance. command, control and communications aircraft (C3). With the UK …

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City of Laurel celebrates 246th anniversary of the U.S. military

LAUREL, Mississippi (WDAM) – The town of Laurel celebrated the 246th anniversary of the United States Army on Monday as Mayor Johnny Magee signed a proclamation to commemorate Special United States Army Day. The event brought together city officials, community members and soldiers from across the region. SFC Dereginald Samuel …

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Export control compliance begins with understanding:

In the first of a five-part series, this article examines the first step in U.S. export compliance: determining the jurisdiction of an item acquired in the United States. Why is jurisdiction and subsequent classification (think item identification) important? By acquiring US technology, you are obligated to adhere to US export …

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Police station called “Britain’s most sexist” after inquiries uncover series of scandals

Police station called “Britain’s most sexist” after investigations found officers moonlighting like prostitutes, sharing pornography with the public and conducting business with each other on duty Hastings Police Station comes under scrutiny after string of scandals They include relationships with each other while serving and viewing pornography Crackdown on ‘boy …

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Stories of Honor: “We were a Navy family” | Local

The Navy complied with the rule, he said, requiring sailors to keep their living quarters and their ship-shaped and square-shaped appearance. “It was the old school,” Loomis said. For someone who grew up spending time in a nationally renowned restaurant, Navy food was sometimes hard to digest. “I used to …

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