U.S. Air and Space Forces Restructure to Address China

Changes include bringing back warrant officers. U.S. Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall recently announced significant changes to the Air Force and Space Force, reintroducing the warrant officer position…

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Senate Passes $93.5 Billion Aid Package

Border security funding was not included and no offsetting cuts were made. The Senate passed a supplemental package Tuesday morning. The measure would provide $60 billion in assistance…

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Senate Confirms Kurt Campbell as Deputy Secretary of State

He will fill the vacancy left by Deputy Secretary Sherman when she retired. The Senate voted to confirm Kurt Campbell as deputy secretary of state, the Department of…

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Senate Border Bill Will Not Be Considered in the House

The majority leader’s opinion reflects the House speaker’s previous concerns about the agreement. House Majority Leader Steve Scalise of Louisiana stated over the weekend that the Senate’s recently…

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Defense Department Issues China Military Power Report 

The report states China’s navy, the largest in the world, continues to expand. The Department of Defense has released its annual “China Military Power Report,” identifying the scope…

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U.S. Marine Corps Expanding Pacific Presence

The service branch is continuing with its force distribution plan from 2019. The U.S. Marine Corps has two force units it has added to its Pacific distribution and…

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President Biden Says U.S. Does Not Support Independent Taiwan

Taiwan’s vice president wins presidential election. Over the weekend, the people of Taiwan voted to give their ruling party a third presidential term, rejecting China’s claims to the…

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North Korea Conducts Another Missile Launch

National security spokesman discusses Russia’s use of North Korean missiles in Ukraine. North Korea conducted its first missile launch of the year, firing a suspected intermediate-range ballistic missile…

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Secretary Blinken Meets with Chinese Official 

Elections in Taiwan could test U.S.-China relations.  Taiwan will hold elections on Saturday for a new president and legislature. While China continues to claim Taiwan as part of…

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U.S. and Chinese Military Officials Meet at the Pentagon 

Discussions included U.S.-China relations and global security.  For the first time in four years, officials of the U.S. and Chinese military met at the Pentagon to resume military-to-military…

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