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Should Washington Strike North Korea's Dangerous ICBMs Before It's Too Late?

Imagine this hypothetical for a moment. North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un takes to the Korean Central News Agency and begins his speech with the usual invective and inflammatory rhetoric about how evil and duplicitous the United States is. After about twenty minutes of this, he boldly declares that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has finally completed preparations for launching the country’s first intercontinental ballistic missile, which is scheduled in one week. After the speech, the U.S.

Get Ready, China: The U.S Navy's Possible 'Stealth-Slayer' Is Coming to Asia

The U.S. Navy’s most advanced airborne surveillance aircraft will be permanently deployed to Japan starting in February.

Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 125—which flies the potent Northrop Grumman E-2D Advanced Hawkeye—will join the Forward Deployed Naval Forces (FDNF) as part of Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 5 in Japan in February 2017 at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Iwakuni. The squadron will replace the VAW-115, which operates the older E-2C model. VAW-125 will also operate from onboard USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) during deployments.

The U.S. Army Has Developed a Super Smart Way to Win the Wars of the Future

The idea is to fix vulnerabilities early in the developmental process before weapons are deployed by anticipating how enemies might attack.

Army acquisition leaders and weapons developers are increasing their thinking about how future enemies might attack ---and looking for weaknesses and vulnerabilities in their platforms and technologies earlier in the developmental process, senior service leaders told Scout Warrior.

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