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The last day of July the Marine Corps declared that a squadron of F-35B joint strike fighters was ready for combat. But analysts warned that there is a lot of work remaining for the Marines before the aircraft reaches its full potential.
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The latest Russian military intervention in Ukraine is forcing NATO to refocus its attention on its eastern flank. But concerns about a resurgent Russia will not prompt a large boost in alliance procurement, according to analysts.
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Now some experts say the Scottish National Party — with its increased influence after winning 56 seats in Parliament — may push for the dismantling of the Trident program and potentially squash any chance of a replacement.
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