Inside the Pentagon - August 10, 2017

DSB prepping recommendations for new, low-cost, long-range strike capabilities

August 09, 2017 |
Jason Sherman
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A senior Pentagon advisory panel is finalizing recommendations on potential new long-range-strike capabilities the U.S. military should develop, and plans to brief senior Defense Department leaders on its proposals on Friday. The Defense Science Board's 2017 Summer Study Task Force on Countering Anti-access Systems with Longer Range and Standoff Capabilities -- a panel that also goes by a shorter title, the Long Range Effects 2017 Summer Study -- is meeting in Irvine, CA, to "deliberate and vote" on the findings...

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