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Experts and lawmakers at a hearing Wednesday lamented that more hasn't been done to prevent strategic attacks against satellites, despite knowing for a decade that they are increasingly vulnerable.
H.R.1666 would bar further funding for military operations in Afghanistan unless Congress passes a new Authorization for the Use of Military Force
Opponents of spending more on missile defense, meanwhile, say the United States has already poured enough money into a costly system and that even the best system doesn’t guarantee full protection from a potential attack.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers is urging appropriators to reject a reported proposal from President Trump to slash the Coast Guard’s budget.
Vice News Tonight on mid-course nuclear defense: feat. John Garamendi
The recent selection of Travis Air Force Base as a preferred location for the KC-46A Pegasus was big news for the base and the Solano County community at large.
The Air Force faces challenging times to retain and keep talented airmen, expand a shrunken service to meet unrelenting world challenges and stay ahead of foreign militaries who are challenging American military dominance.
Congressman Garamendi Meets with Air Mobility Command’s General Everhart at Travis, Recology Composting Facility in Dixon
Yesterday, Congressman Garamendi met with General Carlton Everhart at Travis Air Force Base for a conversation on the future of the KC-46A air refueling tanker mission and visited the Recology Dixon Recycling Center to learn more about their composting facilities.