John Spellar, Labour Member of Parliament for Warley near Birmingham who is the ranking member of the Defence Committee, discusses Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, a weaker pound and buying power, deterring Russia and China, Syria strategy and more.
Sean “Stroker” Gustafson, a former member of the US Air Force’s Thunderbirds flight demonstration team…
Russ Bartlett, the former commander of the US Navy’s Blue Angels flight demonstration team who…
Lt. Gen. Dave Deptula, USAF Ret., dean of the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies, discusses the US Air Force decision to clear the F-35A Lightning II fighter for limited combat and the new US operation against ISIS in Libya.
Lt. Gen. Jon “Dog” Davis, USMC, the US Marine Corps’ deputy commandant for aviation, discusses what’s next for the F-35B Lightning II fighter, F-35 performance in recent exercises, future operational concepts, electronic warfare, improving readiness, and the CH-53K King Stallion helicopter.
Patrice Caine, the chief executive of Thales Group, discusses the implications of Britain’s exit from the European Union on his multinational company, global defense and aerospace growth markets, and innovation.
Todd Harrison the Defense Budget Program Director at the Center for Strategic and International Studies discusses the 2011 Budget Control Act and what’s ahead for US defense spending.
Alan Garwood, the group business development director at BAE Systems, discusses the impact of Britain’s decision to exit the European Union on the UK-based giant, global growth markets, outlook for Eurofighter Typhoon and BAE support for the F-35 Lightning II fighter.
Paul Kahn, the president of Airbus Group UK, discusses how Britain’s exit from the European Union could impact his pan-European parent company, update on UK programs and future opportunities.
One of America’s top cyber analysts, James Lewis, the senior vice president and director of the Strategic Technologies Program at the Center for Strategic & International Studies, discusses Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s call for Russia to hack his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton’s email account, the release of Democratic party emails, and the new report “Hacking the Skills Shortage: A Study of the International Shortage in Cybersecurity Skills.”