Bryan Clark

What should the Navy’s next generation of ships look like?

Bryan Clark of the Hudson Institute argues the Navy has to totally rethink the design of its next generation fleet.

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Ash Carter, Joseph Dunford

Experts say Carter’s cautious reforms aren’t bold enough

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Bryan Clark: DoD faces 5 strategic challenges in funding

The Pentagon didn’t get everything it wanted for 2017 in the President’s budget proposal. But it got a lot: $524 billion in the base, plus another $59…

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EMS warfare poses serious threat to armed forces

The U.S. military used to enjoy dominance over the airwaves, but it’s fallen behind in the race for the latest technology, making it a potential EMS warfare…

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In this Jan. 9, 2008 photo released by the U.S. Navy, tThe Ohio-class ballistic-missile submarine USS Wyoming approaches Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Ga.  Nuclear-armed U.S. submarines that went more than a decade without calling on foreign ports in part because of post-Sept. 11 security concerns are once again visiting other countries, a shift intended to underscore their global presence and lift sailor morale. A stop in September 2015 by USS Wyoming in the United Kingdom was the first of what are expected to be occasional visits to foreign ports. (Lt. Rebecca Rebarich/U.S. Navy via AP)

Carter scolds Navy Secretary over spending priorities

Defense Secretary Ash Carter told the Navy to cut back on capacity and invest more in capability in a letter last week.

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