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GOP candidates need to focus more on waste and inefficiency in Defense budget | The Hill

Dan Caldwell So far in this presidential campaign, with a few exceptions, just about every major candidate for president has called for a larger military and more defense spending –…

‘How do you buy $7 billion of stuff you don’t need?’ | POLITICO

Bryan Bender Fifty-four years ago, the brand-new Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara thought he could bring Pentagon spending on everyday items under control by applying efficiencies he had used to…

The ISIL War: The Real Cost of 20,000 Wasted Missiles | The National Interest Blog

Daniel L. Davis Last Thursday USA Today published a stunning article revealing that since August 2014 the U.S. Air Force has fired more than 20,000 bombs and missiles against Islamic…

How much will new U.S. stealth bomber really cost? Nobody knows. | Reuters

By Lawrence Korb The Defense Department on Oct. 27 selected Northrop Grumman to build a new U.S. strategic bomber fleet. Between 80 and 100 planes are expected to be produced…

Bipartisan deal signals new budget irresponsibility: Coburn and Ruger

We should rethink what we already spend on defense, not break budget caps Tom Coburn and William Ruger What was scheduled to be partisan brinksmanship on the federal budget is…