Official reports - Mar 2005

  •  The Cruise Missile Challenge and US Security
  •  DoD Must Improve Information on Major Programs
  •  Commons Report on UK Arms Export Controls
  •  Rolls-Royce Airline Market Outlook (Update)
  •  European Security Needs In the Space Sector
  •  British Post-Conflict Operations in Irak
  •  Commons Alarmed by UK MoD's Helicopter Plans
  •  Repairing Damaged US Equipment May Cost $18 Bn
  •  Modular Brigade Concept Not Ready; Costs Explode
  •  UK MoD Issues Investment Strategy Plan
  •  Pentagon Spotlights Transformation Since 2001
  •  U.S. National Defense Strategy Released
  •  Pentagon Releases U.S. National Military Strategy
  •  Assessment of JSF Aerial Refueling Method
  •  UK Commons Report on MoD's Future Capabilities
  •  “Considerable Risk” That FCS Program May Fail
  •  F-22 Should Not Proceed Without New Business Case
  •  E-10A Program Needs More Testing Before Production
  •  The Troubled Development of the Airborne Laser
  •  Watchdog Group Details Criticism of C130J
  •  GAO Blasts Pentagon's JSF Procurement Plans
  •  Watchdog's Report Shoots Down F-22 Raptor
  •  New Zealand: Procurement Policy and Industry
  •  India MoD Annual Report 2003-2004
  •  GAO Wants Better Planning for UAV Programs
  •  An Alternative Fleet for the Future US Navy
  •  Army, Marines Must Better Manage NBC Training
  •  Japan's Defense White Paper
  •  US Army Modernization Plan 2005
  •  US Army Posture Statement 2005
  •  Audit: Australia's Armidale Patrol Boat Project
  •  Japan Defense Program Guidelines, 2005-2009
  •  GAO Says Case Not Made for F-22 and JSF
  •  LCS Ship Design Requires More Analysis, Tests

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