Latest "Strategic-Command" stories
General: Supply chain problems are hurting nuclear modernization
"It’s going to take everyone to understand how to close the gap on supply chain management."
Russia and China’s space weapon plans spur high-level Pentagon meeting
The classified talks come after after demonstrations by Russia and China last year.
By Joe Gould and Courtney Albon
Pentagon again delays nuclear missile test amid Chinese drills near Taiwan
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has again ordered the Pentagon to postpone a planned test launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile, this time amid increased tension with China over Taiwan.
By Joe Gould and Stephen Losey
US Strategic Command chief: Sea missile cancellation opens ‘deterrence and assurance gap’
Amid U.S. Joe Biden’s plans to cancel the Sea-Launched Cruise Missile-Nuclear development program, the U.S. admiral who oversees America’s nuclear forces warned lawmakers Monday he sees “a deterrence and assurance gap."
US Strategic Command now analyzes daily deterrence risks for all combatant commands
Adm. Charles Richard described the new process as vital in a world with multiple competitors.
By Aaron Mehta