Tag Archives: Andrew Krepinevich

Congress Forms National Defense Strategy Advisory Panel

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Congress has established a 12-member advisory committee that will be responsible for the assessment of the country’s defense strategy that covers force structure, missions, risks and force posture, Defense News reported Friday. The House and Senate armed services panels formed the Commission on the National Defense Strategy for the U.S. …

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Thomas Mahnken to Join CSBA as President, CEO

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Thomas Mahnken, the current Jerome E. Levy Chair of Economic Geography and National Security at the U.S. Naval War College, will join the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments as president and CEO by March 2016. He succeeds Andrew Krepinevich, who founded and has led CSBA since 1993, the Washington-based …

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Experts Predict $20 Billion in Additional Cuts as DoD Costs Rise

Even though Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates has proposed a sweeping round of efficiency initiatives, the Defense Department will likely need to lop an additional $20 billion off the budget, because of rising costs, according to the chair of a federal advisory committee. According to Defense News, Chairman of the …

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