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Obama's European Military Expansion

Obama’s European Military Expansion

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President Barack Obama in Poland on Tuesday.

President Barack Obama in Poland on Tuesday. Reuters Photo

The White House has unveiled an ambitious plan to reinvest over $1 billion in U.S. military personnel and equipment into efforts to bolster regional security with Washington’s allies in Europe. Read More

NSA Nominee Rogers: U.S. Needs to Do More to Deter Cyber Attacks

NSA Nominee Rogers: U.S. Needs to Do More to Deter Cyber Attacks

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Vice Adm. Michael Rogers, commander of U.S. Navy's Cyber Command and nominee for head of the National Security Agency.

Vice Adm. Michael Rogers, commander of U.S. Navy’s Cyber Command and nominee for head of the National Security Agency.

The Navy officer tapped to be the next director of the National Security Agency said at his confirmation hearing on Tuesday that the United States is “not [prepared] to the extent we need to be” to deter future cyber attacks. Read More

Navy Cyber Commander Tapped to Head NSA

Navy Cyber Commander Tapped to Head NSA

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Vice Adm. Michael Rogers has been tapped to lead the National Security Agency. He is currently the head of U.S. Navy's 10th Fleet. US Navy Photo

Vice Adm. Michael Rogers has been tapped to lead the National Security Agency. He is currently the head of U.S. Navy’s 10th Fleet. US Navy Photo

U.S. President Barack Obama has nominated Vice Adm. Michael Rogers to head U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency. Read More

White House Pushing Against Proposed Pentagon Carrier Cut

White House Pushing Against Proposed Pentagon Carrier Cut

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USS George Washington (CVN-73) on Dec. 2, 2013. Washington was likely to be decommissioned as part of a Pentagon plan to reduce the carrier force. The move was stopped this week after the White House told the Pentagon to look for cuts elsewhere. US Navy Photo

USS George Washington (CVN-73) on Dec. 2, 2013. A proposed reduction in the US carrier fleet was stalled this week after the White House told the Pentagon to look for cuts elsewhere. US Navy Photo

The White House is pushing back against a Pentagon plan to cut a carrier as part of its Fiscal Year 2015 budget, several sources confirmed to USNI News. Read More

Pentagon Still Confident In Weapons After China Design Hack

Pentagon Still Confident In Weapons After China Design Hack

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The U.S. Marine Corps version of the F-35 Lighting II Joint Strike Fighter. A Pentagon report alleges F-35 designs were among those stolen by China in a cyber espionage scheme. US Navy Photo

The U.S. Marine Corps version of the F-35 Lighting II Joint Strike Fighter. A Pentagon report alleges F-35 designs were among those stolen by China in a cyber espionage scheme. US Navy Photo

The Pentagon attempted to allay fears Tuesday it had lost an edge in technology development following a Monday revelation China had hacked more than two dozen weapons programs from the U.S.

“Suggestions that cyber intrusions have somehow led to the erosion of our capabilities or technological edge are incorrect,” Pentagon spokesman George Little said in a Tuesday statement. Read More