Defense Drumbeats

Oct 16, 2017 Defense Drumbeat
...Tagen Schmidt was among 14 Marines and a sailor burned – with several incurring critical injuries – when their amphibious assault vehicle burst into flames last month following an explosion during a pre-deployment training exercise in hilly terrain and dry brush between two gun ranges.
Oct 16, 2017 Defense Drumbeat
“Every day we live under a continuing resolution is a day we do damage to our military.” - Mac Thornberry, Chairman, House Armed Services Committee
Oct 13, 2017 Defense Drumbeat
“Every day we live under a continuing resolution is a day we do damage to our military.” - Mac Thornberry, Chairman, House Armed Services Committee
Oct 12, 2017 Defense Drumbeat
“Every day we live under a continuing resolution is a day we do damage to our military.” - Mac Thornberry, Chairman, House Armed Services Committee “Outranged, Outgunned, and Outdated”
Oct 11, 2017 Defense Drumbeat
“Every day we live under a continuing resolution is a day we do damage to our military.” - Mac Thornberry, Chairman, House Armed Services Committee
Oct 10, 2017 Defense Drumbeat

WASHINGTON - Sunday, Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-TX) joined Sunday Morning Futures on Fox News to talk about defense spending, the nuclear deal and

Oct 10, 2017 Defense Drumbeat
“Every day we live under a continuing resolution is a day we do damage to our military.” - Mac Thornberry, Chairman, House Armed Services Committee
Oct 6, 2017 Defense Drumbeat
As the Navy struggles to keep as many ships at sea as possible, the CR puts 11 in limbo- they can’t go to sea and they can’t get fixed. #LosingTime
Oct 5, 2017 Defense Drumbeat
“Every day we live under a continuing resolution is a day we do damage to our military.” - Mac Thornberry, Chairman, House Armed Services Committee
Sep 14, 2017 Defense Drumbeat
Following a summer in which 42 service members died in accidents connected to a military readiness crisis, Congress voted to impose yet another continuing resolution on America’s men and women in uniform. This is the ninth time in a row that the US Military will start the year with a CR. As Chairman Thornberry pointed out in the Washington Post , “CRs… present a stark risk. Continuing to govern from fiscal cliff to fiscal cliff — as we have done for years now — forces the military to limp along on stopgap funding and would shortchange it over $60 billion through fiscal year 2018 compared with the bipartisan House position.”

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