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Panel: Expansion of U.S. Arms Sales Tool to Expand American Influence

Panel: Expansion of U.S. Arms Sales Tool to Expand American Influence

Boeing P-8I Maritime Patrol Aircraft

The administration’s goal in streamlining the process for American defense contractors to grow their sales internationally and bringing in unmanned aerial systems is a race for global influence that goes well beyond the marketplace, government and industry association panelists agreed on Wednesday. Read More

U.S. Foreign Military Sales Growing in Volume, Complexity

U.S. Foreign Military Sales Growing in Volume, Complexity

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NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Foreign military sales by the United States are growing because its products are considered well-made and reliable, but it is a complicated area not only involving foreign governments but various departments inside the American government and Congress having to sign off on those agreements. Read More

Last Oliver Hazard Perry Frigate USS Simpson Leaves Service, Marked for Foreign Sale

Last Oliver Hazard Perry Frigate USS Simpson Leaves Service, Marked for Foreign Sale

USS Simpson (FFG-56) returns to Naval Station Mayport after completing a seven-month deployment to the U.S. 5th and 6th Fleet areas of operation. US Navy Photo

USS Simpson (FFG-56) returns to Naval Station Mayport after completing a seven-month deployment to the U.S. 5th and 6th Fleet areas of operation. US Navy Photo

After 30 years of service the last Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate — USS Simpson (FFG-56) — ceremonially left U.S. Navy service Tuesday at Naval Station Mayport, Fla., according to the service. Read More