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Demands On The Marine Corps Are Slowly Breaking Marine Aviation

February 10, 2016 • By Analysis

By Jesse Sloman, CSBA Research Assistant February 10, 2016 Last month’s release of the 2016 Marine Corps Aviation Plan highlighted the service’s struggles to keep its planes flying and its pilots trained….

Small States Have Options Too: Competitive Strategies Against Aggressors

January 27, 2016 • By Analysis

Thomas G. Mahnken January 27, 2016 Looking back at history, one might reasonably conclude that small states are destined to be on the losing end of geopolitics. Events of the…

New CNO’s Given His Vision – Now For The Hard Part

January 6, 2016 • By Analysis

Breaking Defense By Bryan Clark January 06, 2016 The overarching theme I get from Adm. Richardson’s strategic “Design” is the need for the Navy to become better able to adapt and…

CSBA Welcomes New Budget and Resource Research Fellow

January 5, 2016 • By Press Releases

The Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA) is pleased to welcome Katherine Blakeley as its new research fellow focused on the defense budget and defense resourcing. Vice President and…

Navy 2016: Stress, Shortfalls, & The Spectrum

December 30, 2015 • By Analysis

By Bryan Clark December 30, 2015 2016 will be challenging for the Navy. At sea the fleet will continue to face demands that exceed its supply of forces, while at…

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