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Expedited weapon delivery to Senegal proves process

Photo By Debra Valine | Soldiers from the Vermont National Guard

Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ Article

Airlifting 250 tons of relief supplies to alleviate a humanitarian crisis on the other side of the hemisphere requires layers coordination between multiple military and civilian agencies in a condensed timeframe.

News 18 India, Feb. 21, 2019

Bengaluru: Top ranking US defence department officials Thursday said they were looking forward to working with India to deal with terrorism as it was a common threat to the interests of both the countries.

Opportunity for Public Input

WASHINGTON, January 16, 2019 – The National Security Presidential Memorandum regarding U.S. Conventional Arms Transfer Policy signed in April 2018, establishes that it is the policy of the executive branch to facilitate ally and partner efforts, through United States sales and security cooperation efforts, to reduce the risk of national or coalition operations causing civilian harm.

WASHINGTON, January 14, 2019 – The Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) is inviting vendors to participate in an industry day for bid solicitation on the new Global - Theater Security Cooperation Management Information System (G-TSCMIS).

DSCA is leading the development of this new DoD enterprise-wide technology capability which will facilitate and integrate planning, collaboration, program design, assessment, monitoring, evaluation, and reporting in support of all U.S. security cooperation activities around the world.

BreakingDefense.com, Nov. 5 | Paul McLeary

WASHINGTON -- Over the past month, US Air Forces in Europe took delivery of their largest shipment of ordnance in two decades. It’s another sign of the rearming of the continent as the United States pushes troops and equipment back into the region after years of drawing down, even as its NATO allies — and increasingly, non-allies like Finland — make preparations of their own.

Military Times

By: Aaron Mehta

WASHINGTON — At last year’s Association of the United States Army conference in Washington, D.C., Lt. Gen. Charles Hooper announced he was seeking to create a new university structure specifically focused on growing and educating the security cooperation sector.

A year later, those plans are still being formulated, but some details are starting to emerge.

Military News

By Rita Boland Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence Public Affairs

Marine Corps Times

By: Shawn Snow

While the Marines and the U.S. military are amid an overhaul to prep the force for a fight with near-peer adversaries, the Corps hasn’t lost focused on its counterinsurgency mission.

Breaking Defense

By Paul Cleary

AUSA CONFERENCE: The United States sold $55.6 billion worth of weapons to allies in fiscal 2018, a massive 33 percent increase over 2017 as the Trump administration has given the Pentagon and State Department a green light to sell more, more quickly, overseas.

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