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The Big News
Putin pushing NATO airspace limits, Federal Acquisition Service’s new door to procurement, a new strategy for a different sort of world, and why your zombie costume is all wrong – all in today’s defense headlines.
Relations with Israel on shaky ground, Tunisians filling ISIS ranks, NSA warns against ‘revenge hacking,’ and $80 billion in 2015 for mostly unclass IT – all in today’s defense headlines.
Iraqi Kurds’ cross-border operations, DoD moving out on tech procurement, and Analysts explain how the Bears more bark than bite – all in today’s defense headlines.
Old Glory lowered a last time over Helmand, Ending war means ending quick hardware buys and tries, and Lt. Gen. Ed Cardon is looking for a few smart men and women – all in today’s defense headlines.